Monthly Archives: February 2016

Clinton Calls for Longer School Days & Longer School Years for Disadvantaged Students

Last night at CNN’s Democratic Town Hall in South Carolina, Hillary Clinton discussed her intentions to lengthen both the school day and year in communities with disadvantaged children to level the playing field. See more at: http://www.educationworld.com/a_news/hillary-clinton-calls-longer-school-days-year-disadvantaged-students-77946323

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Federal Funding for and Characteristics of Public Schools with Extended Learning Time

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X Marks the Spot: Usijng Data to Map Needs and Supply

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Time Well Spent: Eight Powerful Practices of Successful, Expanded-time Schools

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Student-Centered Learning: How Four Schools Are Closing the Opportunity Gap

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Student Agency Practices in the Middle Shift Learning Networks

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The Road to Sustainability

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Framework for Developing a System of Linked Learning Pathways

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District Leader’s Guide: Communicating Effectively with Stakeholders

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Achieving Results Through Community School Partnerships: How District and Community Leaders Are Building Effective, Sustainable Relationships

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