By Sarah Suydam, National AfterSchool Association A recent brief from the National Association for the Education of Young Children (NAEYC) examined why and how states should use child care relief funding to
By Child Care Technical Assistance Network Apprenticeships are gaining momentum in out-of-school time (OST) as an alternate career pathway that supports equity in the workforce. Learn why apprenticeships are a
By Child Care Technical Assistance Network National Center on Afterschool and Summer Enrichment hosted this webinar to share strategies and resources around this alternative career pathway.
By Learning Policy Institute This toolkit is designed to give state policymakers and education leaders a set of strategies, tools, and resources to advance whole child policy and systems change.
By Jennifer McCombs, Director of Research, Learning Policy Institute; Nikki Yamashiro, Vice President of Research, Afterschool Alliance; Brodrick Clarke, Vice President, Programs, National Summer Learning Association; Lorna Smith, CEO, Horizons
By GSAN /Summer Learning Council In December 2020, GSAN convened the Greater Atlanta Summer Learning Council to develop a shared region-wide summer learning agenda, increase and coordinate funding from public
By National AfterSchool Association The purpose of the NAA Code of Ethics is to raise awareness of our personal commitment to ethical conduct as we carry out our professional responsibilities,
By Erika Petrelli for the National Afterschool Association We have historically focused on developing “hard skills”– we call many of our trainings “skill-based,” or give merit to fact-building. But only
By National Center On Afterschool and Summer Enrichment The Equity Planning Checklist is designed to support out-of-school (OST) time programs and organizations in fully assessing policies and practices that foster
By Beyond the Bell In Chapter 2, you learned about several ways to shape your program plan around the assets and needs in your community. You can identify the needs
By Learning Heroes Senior Vice President David Park and Communications Manager Howard Winchester With support from The Wallace Foundation, Learning Heroes’ latest research, “Out-of-School Time Programs: Paving the Way for
By The National Center for Community Education in collaboration with the Afterschool Alliance This sustainability workbook focuses on three fundamental elements: 1. Building Collaboration 2. Advocating for Support 3. Finding
Kafi Payne, HR Professional & Consultant; Presented by the Georgia Department of Behavioral Health and Developmental Disabilities University Understanding generational differences; from the Cultural and Linguistic Competence Training Series: Diversity