Working with support from the Charles Stewart Mott Foundation, NAESP is proud to offer this special supplement to the January/February 2018 issue of Principal magazine. The objective of this resource guide is to provide applicable examples, outcomes, and insights on the development and implementation of educational programs to support the essential learning that can go on beyond or outside of the school day and classroom, and beyond the traditional school year. Topics include combating summer learning loss, the challenges of serving underserved communities, a discussion on how to tackle challenging school transition stages, and other resource suggestions.
Principal Supplement: After-school Learning January/February 2018 Research and Reports Afterschool Program Quality and Effectiveness: 25 Years of Results! Poli…
The Keys to The CityRead More
Building a true community school through after-school and summer learning partnerships.
How to Tackle School TransitionsRead More
Effectively preparing students at every level for the next step in their educational journey.
Combating Summer Learning LossRead More
Top 10 tips for running a successful summer program.
Build Your CaseRead More
Use data to attract, integrate, and celebrate partners.
A Tale of Two CommunitiesRead More
How after-school and summer programs benefit the neediest students.
Connecting The DotsRead More
Making the most of after-school and summer learning programs.
The Capacity for AccomplishmentRead More
Principal Supplement: After-school Learning January/February 2018 “The capacity for accomplishment” is what Charles Stewart Mott—automotive pioneer, community …
Letter From the Executive DirectorRead More
Leadership on After-school and Summer Learning By L. Earl Franks, Ed.D., CAE Principal Supplement: After-school Learning January/February 2018