A new study finds growing interest in collaborations between schools, local government, nonprofit groups and community organizations to improve educational outcomes for students.


A group of New York lawmakers is pushing a plan to spend $765 million dollars to increase access to after-school programs, community-learning schools, and all-day kindergarten.


Jobs for the Future is calling on high schools and colleges to work together to ensure that all high school graduates are ready to do college-level work without the need of remediation.


School districts face many challenges when it comes to implementing later start times in order to comply with American Academy of Pediatrics recommendations.


The Wallace Foundation has updated a popular, online tool used to estimate the cost of out-of-school programs.


A small, rural school district in West Texas has adopted a four-day school week option for next year in the hopes that struggling students will attend on the optional fifth day for tutoring.


ExpandED Schools, a nonprofit based in New York City, is using leap year to draw attention to the benefits of extended-learning time.


The executive director of Afterschool Alliance says under President Obama's budget proposal more than 100,000 kids would lose access to quality after-school programs.


A new national initiative is working with out-of-school programs to help them bolster their STEM-education offerings through funding, training, and networking.


Some case studies conducted in California last year are suggesting that low-income students are best served by summer programs that focus on making learning fun rather than remediation.


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