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Building Management Information Systems to Coordinate Citywide Afterschool Programs

A Toolkit for Cities

Do you need to build a management information system for your city’s afterschool programming? Get a jump start with this guide.
September 2012
An elementary school classroom with mixed race and gender kids working on laptops
  • Author(s)
  • Chris Kingsley
  • Publisher(s)
  • National League of Cities
Page Count 64 pages


Increasingly, communities are building management information systems (MIS) to provide data for smart decision-making about after-school programming. Such systems are no easy matter to set up, however. This National League of Cities how-to offers practical guidance on matters including planning a system, rolling it out, and handling privacy and security. It also offers a comparison of the MIS features offered by six leading vendors.

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