Evalulation of Turning the Corner on Achievement Program (TCAP)

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Presentations:
 

June 1, 2011. Marshall, B. “The Impact of an Integrated Out-of-School-Time Program on Academic Outcomes and Age of First Sex.” Poster presentation: Society for Prevention Research Conference, Washington, DC.

 

June 16, 2010.  Massey, J. S., Brooks, K. L., Shelton, N.R., Marshall, B. D., and Philip, W. "University & Primary/Secondary School Partnerships." Presentation: The After-School Institute Eastern Regional Conference, Baltimore, MD.

 

May 19, 2010. Marshall, B. D, McNeely, C. A., and Martinez, J. F.  "Turning the Corner Achievement Program and The Crossroads School." Presentation: The Crossroads School, Baltimore, MD.

 

April 30, 2010. Marshall, B. D, McNeely, C. A., and Martinez, J. F.  

"The Impact of an Integrated School and Out-of-School-Time Program on Academic Achievement and Age at First Sex." Presentation: Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health Population, Family, and Reproductive Health Research Day, Baltimore, MD.

 

March 13, 2010. Marshall, B. D, McNeely, C. A., and Martinez, J. F.  "The Impact of an Integrated School and Out-of-School-Time Program on Academic Achievement and Age at First Sex." Presentation: Society for Research on Adolescence Bi-annual meeting, Philadelphia, PA.

 

August, 2008. Marshall, Beth. “Turning the Corner Achievement Program – Year One Survey Results.” Invited presentation: The Crossroads School Board, Baltimore, MD.

January, 2008. Marshall, Beth, Harris, D., & Raymond, S. “
Turning the Corner Achievement Program.” Invited presentation: The Eddie C. and C. Sylvia Brown Family Foundation, Baltimore, MD.  

 
 
 

Media Highlights:
 
Spring, 2008. “Generation Sex,” a series of articles about sexual health featured information and quotes about TCAP. Center staff Dr. Freya Sonenstein, Kathleen Cardona, Dr. Robert Blum, Laurie Schwab Zabin, Adena Galinsky, Kathleen Roche, Beth Marshall, and Dr. Clea McNeely, as well as former Youth Advisory Committee (YAC) members Ikia Means and Quinta Ocain, contributed to the articles, which ran in the Spring, 2008 issue of Johns Hopkins Public Health Magazine.
 
 
 
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