Supporting Student Outcomes Through Expanded Learning Opportunities
Posted by on March 16, 2009
Supporting Student Outcomes Through Expanded Learning Opportunities. This paper from the Harvard Family Research Project looks at the role of after school and summer learning programs in supporting student success and explores how to bridge the divide between out-of-school time programs and schools by offering research-derived principles for effective expanded learning partnerships. Details: http://www.hfrp.org/out-of-school-time/publications-resources/supporting-student-outcomes-through-expanded-learning-opportunities
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