In three papers, experts identify key organizational problems facing after-school programs and possible solutions. In Strengthening Out-of-School Time Nonprofits: The Role of Foundations in Building Organizational Capacity, The Harvard Family Research Project suggests steps including helping after-school operators to become more forceful advocates. Harvard researcher Gil Noam, in A New Day for Youth: Creating Sustainable Quality in Out of School Time, says measures such as management training for program executives are important. Lucy Friedman, president of The After-School Corporation, recommends steps including educating principals about the benefits of after-school programs in A View from the Field: Helping Community Organizations Meet Capacity Challenges.