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Christina Jacobs PhD Jan 14
And, I am so looking forward to presenting important info for educators with the one and only !!!
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Michelle Wang Jan 17
Thanks Your summer courses are always a huge hit!
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Scholastic Education Jan 17
Happening in one hour --> Don't miss our webinar with ! To sign up:
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Wallace Foundation Jan 19
RAND’s Education Chief Darleen Opfer, reflecting on education in research in , cites a Wallace effort as yielding "the largest data set out there about "
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Brittany Sullivan Jan 11
As educators look ahead to the end of the school year, we rounded up all of the blog posts about in one place.
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The Learning Agenda Jan 18
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St. James CHS Jan 14
Sign up for summer E-Learning is now available. Some great options for different pathways.
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BELL Jan 11
Program Tip #2: programs teach children about themselves and the world around them. These programs not only boost your child’s book smarts, but also their relationships and life skills. Click here for more tips!
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summerlearning Jan 17
Join us for a webinar with The Learning Agenda and on February 27 for guidance on running a program along with a new Summer Learning Toolkit by . Register now:
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Horizons@SFFS Jan 17
Afterschool programs and are critical to keep children learning and keep parents working. Please don't forget to support out-of-school education in the
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Wallace Foundation Jan 17
The free, online Summer Learning Toolkit – informed by the most comprehensive research on programs to date – contains practical tools and resources for districts and their partners plan and run programs that make a difference for youth:
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FourPoint Education Partners Jan 11
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NAESP Jan 17
Check out this Summer Learning Toolkit from longtime NAESP supporter !
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The Learning Agenda Jan 17
Hope to see you on February 27 for a tour of ! It’s a great opportunity to learn about its connections to ’s Getting to Work on .
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summerlearning Jan 14
Learn how to ensure opportunities are located where they are most needed in NSLA’s new research agenda.
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JFF Jan 17
It may be January but it's not too early to start preparing for the . Our new guide will help you plan an amazing summer bridge program to help students successfully transition into high school
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Spark Summer Jan 14
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The Afterschool Professional Jan 14
We heard afterschool programs are looking for innovative and engaging PD for their staff. Check us out; we can help.
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summerlearning Jan 18
Learn about short- and long-term outcomes of programs at the student, family, school, and community level in NSLA’s latest publication, “Summer Opportunities: A Research Agenda”
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erik c. peterson Jan 14
The helps working families but left out a critical piece of the puzzle. Children don't stop growing, learning, or needing care after they turn 5. & in CA to make sure young people keep learning & parents keep working when school is out
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