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The Expanded Exchange

Year in the Life of MS ExTRA Book Clubs

Deborah Taylor

Deborah Taylor is a Program Manager for MS ExTRA.For me, the beauty of the small, guided reading groups is not the students’ increasing stamina with reading or improved reading comprehension (which ... read more

Building a Better Teacher

ExpandED Schools

Rebecca Forbes is a former Research Team staffer.In Building a Better Teacher, Elizabeth Green, CEO of Chalkbeat, explores the evolution of the teaching profession and offers crucial insight into how ... read more

ExpandED Schools Showcased as Examples of Success

Monica Ingkavet

Monica Ingkavet is TASC's Director of Operations.Peer learning is a powerful tool for teachers and school leaders. In fact, it’s a hallmark of TASC’s national convening of ExpandED Schools.It’s ... read more

Building Bridges Between the Brain and the Classroom | NeuroConnections Series

Katie Brohawn

Katie Brohawn directs research for TASC. This blog is Part 4 in our NeuroConnections blog series, where we explore the bridge between neuroscience and education. In 1997, John Bruer wrote a popular ar ... read more

Talking to the NYC Council About STEM

Sabrina Gomez

Sabrina Gomez is Director of the STEM Educators Academy at TASC.Each year, various government entities hold “hearings” which allow for elected officials and government staff to hear from governmen ... read more

Why the Adolescent Brain Should Be Revered, Not Feared | NeuroConnections Series

Saskia Traill

Saskia Traill is TASC's vice president for policy and research.This post is Part 3 in our NeuroConnections blog series, where we explore the bridge between neuroscience and education. We were fortunat ... read more

New Tool to Measure & Improve Expanded Learning

ExpandED Schools

This guest post is by Chris Mai, Communications and Policy Manager at Every Hour Counts. Data can be a powerful tool, but only if you know how to use it.For too long, the expanded learning field has s ... read more

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