Resources tagged with term(s) "Out-of-school time, Students"

  • One of the main challenges for school-based mentoring programs is keeping matches in touch over the summer break when extensive in-person meetings may not be possible. Research indicates that school-based mentoring relationships suffer when summer contact...
  • Out-of-school time programs encompass a wide range of offerings for young people that take place after school, on the weekends, and during the summer and other school breaks. Important considerations for out-of-school time environments include keeping...
  • Out-of-school time (OST) programs are being developed to provide safe places and constructive after-school activities for children and youth from families in which a single parent or both parents work and neither parent would be home after school. This...
  • The Arthur M. Blank Family Foundation is committed to supporting programs and organizations that create opportunity, enhance self-esteem, and increase awareness about cultural and community issues among young people. The Foundation funds secular programs...
  • Explores different ways after-school programs can support children's literacy development. Provides information on how children learn to read, strategies for promoting literacy skills and descriptions of model programs. Includes resource lists of sources...
  • A How-to Manual This manual discusses quality Out-of-School-Time (OST) programs, highlights effective practices, discusses service and service-learning activities for children and youth in OST, and lists resources and contacts. The purpose of the manual...
  • LEARNS was a Corporation for National and Community Service sponsored technical assistance provider focused on educational success and mentoring. HIGHLIGHTED RESOURCES Youth Impact Newsletter Volume 3: Beyond the Classroom: Service-Learning in Out-of-...
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