A new summer learning campaign is launched in Pittsburgh.


Twenty middle schools in New York City will add time and intensive reading instruction to the school day next year.


Local officials from four cities offer their thoughts on how city leaders can strengthen after-school programs in their locales.


Seattle Public School administrators are considering adding half an hour to the school day, but are concerned about logistical barriers to implementation.


A majority of teachers surveyed in Los Angeles don't favor the school breakfast program, even though research finds it's meeting academic goals.


A new study finds improved math scores for students in schools with expanded learning.


A new report suggests that the successful outcomes of three summer learning programs in California may have strong implications for summer programs nationwide.


School districts are urged to use partnerships and existing funding to support community schools models.


TASC recommends New York state provide high school students credit for out-of-school learning.


Chicago will partner with 140-plus organizations to provide summer learning opportunities, such as digital badging, for K-12 students.


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