Learning Outside of the Classroom and Its Relationship to Student Academic Achievement
Posted by on March 29, 2010
After the Bell Rings: Learning Outside of the Classroom and Its Relationship to Student Academic Achievement
Educational Testing Service
This report provides highlights from an October 2009 symposium hosted by ETS on Learning Outside of the Classroom. The symposium was designed to stimulate efforts to advance out-of-school learning at the local, state, and national levels, with special attention given to the issue of assessing measurable outcomes. The overall goal of this symposium was to enhance the way policymakers, researchers, and practitioners view the role that out-of-school education plays in improving academic performance and closing achievement gaps.
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