New Report: A Plan to Align Out-of-School Time Initiatives with High School Reform
Posted by on November 10, 2008
I am very happy to share with you the report, “Strategies for Success: A Plan to Align Out-of-School Time Initiatives with High School Reform.” The report can be viewed at: http://tascorp.org/content/document/detail/2231/.
This paper, written by TASC and The Urban Assembly, proposes a more systemic alignment of high school reform efforts in New York City with Out-of-School time programs for high school students. We also offer new models for high school OST programming to prepare young people for college and the workforce.
This report grew out of the “Building Bridges: Afterschool and High School Aligned for Youth Success” Conference held earlier this year in Chicago. At the conference, which was sponsored by the DC Children and Youth Investment Trust and After School Matter with support from the Charles Stewart Mott Foundation, stakeholders from the New York City high school reform and after-school communities came together to discuss opportunities for collaboration. We look forward to continued efforts to collaborate in the design and implementation of programs and policies that support New York City teens in realizing their full potential.
Lucy N. Friedman | President
The After-School Corporation (TASC)
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t. (646) 943-8701 | f. (646) 943-8800 | e. email@example.com | w. http://www.tascorp.org
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