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What are After-School Activities
After School has 12 full-time employees, who form the core of the organization. Other members include student interns, volunteers (students, adults and senior citizens), citizen teachers and program coordinators. The citizen teachers receive a small honorarium for their work.
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To join After School programs, parents pay a fee. Sometimes, the organization receives a commission to deliver their programs to public elementary schools and others. In other cases, companies provide funding. Its operations are also financed through various sources, such as grants and donations from supporting members.
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Against this backdrop, the non-profit NPO After School was established by Kuniyasu Hiraiwa, representative director, together with Ken Orihata, vice representative director, and other starting members. They wanted Japanese children to have various experiences and a safe place they could consider their own, as well as to support working mothers in Japan by providing such a service at a reasonable price. They thought the best way to do so would be to start after-school activities in Japan similar to those in America. Their strong motivation led them to set up the NPO and run programs.
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In the United States, after-school activities are set up and funded by city governments with public funds such as taxes and run by non-profit organizations. School-age children can participate in various programs basically for free at schools, safe places for children.