National Partnership for Quality Afterschool Learning
A Resource Guide for Planning and Operating Afterschool Programs

Resource Description

This resource addresses the topic: Programming.

A New Day for Learning (New)
Time, Learning, and Afterschool Task Force
This report calls for a dramatic shift in the way a school day is structured. It argues that afterschool enrichment programs that include both academic and recreational components are crucial to student success. The report's review of research and emerging strategies leads to the concept of a new learning system that includes a redefinition of student success; the use of knowledge about how students learn best throughout the day; and the integration of various approaches to acquiring and reinforcing knowledge. This resource also proposes intentional collaboration across local, state, and national sectors. (43 pages)
© 2007
Web Resource
The George Lucas Educational Foundation
P.O. Box 3494
San Rafael, CA 94912
Phone: 415-662-1600
Fax: 415-662-1532

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