Expanding Learning through School-Community Partnerships
Posted by New York State Afterschool Network on February 15, 2016
Expanding Learning through School-Community Partnerships in New York State: Findings and Recommendations of the Statewide Learning Community is based on the findings of a year and a half of meetings of a statewide learning community of education and expanded learning experts. Recommendations for effective planning and implementation of school-community partnerships, such as community schools, school-based afterschool and summer programs, expanded learning time, and education-focused collective impact, are based on what the learning community heard from principals, superintendents, program directors, researchers, and other experts about the needs and opportunities in the field.
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