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Is there evidence of more and better learning time becoming the “new normal” across systems?

Expanded Learning Time Should Be Part of the 21st Century Community Learning Center Program

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More Time for Learning: Promising Practices and Lessons Learned Massachusetts Expanded Learning Time Initiative

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Going to Scale with Smart Systems: Voices in Urban Education 28

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The Fourth Way: The Inspiring Future for Education Change

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From Smart Districts to Smart Education Systems: A Broader Agenda for Educational Development

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Rethinking Scale: Moving beyond Numbers to Deep and Lasting Change

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Why does this matter?

It is important that sustainable approaches are documented, communicated, and scaled up in a way that the goal of systemic equity is reached. Creating districtwide, statewide, or nationwide change does not happen by accident-rather, it requires intentional effort, collective ownership, … Continue reading

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What are some possible ways to measure this indicator?

Successful more and better learning time approaches are identified and studied, and findings are made accessible. There is evidence of more and better learning time programs becoming institutionalized across a district or state education system (rather than specialized at one … Continue reading

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