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- Afterschool and Out-of-School Time Learning
- College and Career Readiness and Success
- Research Evidence in Policymaking
- Learning and Teaching Strategies
- System Strategies and Approaches
Vi Nguyen outlines importance of SEL and how educators and state leaders can collaborate to bring SEL policies to the classroom.
Betsy Brand discusses how alternative schools intentionally create a culture that encourages and builds social and emotional skills.
Jesse Kannam discusses how summer learning programs can curtail learning loss and also support youth in other important ways.
Jenna Tomasello offers insight into how alternative education settings can better serve traditionally underserved youth.
This study tour in Indianapolis, IN explored opportunities in policy & practice to create a system of high-quality alternative settings for at-risk populations.
Betsy Brand discusses the importance and value of expanded learning and skill development to conclude our series on AYPF’s policy goals.
Susanna Malacky explores the importance of investing in professional development and training for the ECEC workforce.
This webinar focused on how afterschool and summer learning can help more youth develop the competencies desired by employers.
Dr. Loretta Goodwin shares her recent experience shadowing a student at a local high school.
Betsy Brand discusses the value and importance of Comprehensive Connected Supports in part-three of our series on AYPF’s policy goals.
Betsy Brand spotlights personalized learning in part-two of our series on AYPF’s policy goals.
This paper discusses the need for and benefits of better alignment across afterschool and workforce systems.
This webinar examined the importance of SEL for students with disabilities, English language learners, and youth involved in the juvenile justice system.
Carinne Deeds discusses five key questions about social and emotional learning that are worth continued exploration.
Logan Beyer explores the current and potential intersections between SEL and special education.
Carinne Deeds gets the 411 from educators about what they want policymakers to know about social and emotional learning.
This forum highlighted the innovative ways that Remake Learning is using art, technology and science to help students prosper.