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Resources for Afterschool Professionals

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Published: March 18, 2015

Community Convenings for Trinity Wall Street - A Summary of PASE’s Activities, Recommendations, and Learnings

With a generous grant from Trinity Wall Street, the Partnership for After School Education (PASE) collected information from local community based organizations (CBOs) in Lower Manhattan to assist Trinity Wall Street in uncovering the challenges CBOs face in working with public schools to provide significant and sustained educational programming for young people.

Published: May 15, 2014

Developing Resiliency in Children

With Prop 49 starting in California, afterschool services are growing quickly throughout Los Angeles and the state. Now is the time for afterschool and school staff to improve their work together in promoting children’s success. This success is not specific to academics, and includes positive social, emotional and academic development.

Published: May 15, 2014

Improving After-School Program Quality

Summary of findings from two recent reports (Durlak and Weissberg and Yohalem and Wilson-Ahlstrom) relevant to policy and practice questions. One shows after-school programs attempting to enhance youth’s personal and social skills can improve outcomes important to both school and non-school audiences; The second describes instruments that measure the quality of youth program practices at the point of service.

Published: May 15, 2014

On The Clock: Rethinking the Way Schools Use Time

As schools across the country struggle to meet the demands of the federal No Child Left Behind Act and their state accountability systems, educators are searching for ways to raise student achievement. Increasing numbers of school and district leaders are turning to one of the most fundamental features of the public education system: the amount of time students spend in school.

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