Out-of-school activities have provided many multi-faceted benefits to children and their development. Children from middle-income families have greater participation in out-of-school enrichment activities than do children from lower-income families. Douglas Hartman and Teresa T. Swartz discuss research done by KIDS throughout the metropolitan area on the relation between social inequality and youth activities.
Douglas Hartmann, Ph.D. - Professor, Department of Sociology
Teresa T. Swartz, Ph.D. - Associate Professor, Department of Sociology