New Report: Enhancing School Reform Through Expanded Learning
Posted by on January 20, 2009
Enhancing School Reform Through Expanded Learning
In the report, Enhancing School Reform Through Expanded Learning, released by Learning Point Associates and the Collaborative for Building After-School Systems (CBASS), the benefits of integrating expanded learning opportunities into overall school reform are explored. The report finds that well designed expanded learning programs can improve overall school performance, increasing positive academic, developmental, and health outcomes.
The report is a call to action for education and afterschool leaders to work together in new ways to foster enhanced school reform through better integration with expanded learning opportunities. Learning Point Associates and CBASS will be leading next steps on this initiative.
View Report: Enhancing School Reform Through Expanded Learning (http://www.learningpt.org/pdfs/EnhancingSchoolReformthroughExpandedLearning.pdf ) (Adobe* Reader* PDF 332 MB)
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