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Time by Content Area in New York City ExpandED Schools

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August 11, 2014

"The results are in: ExpandED students spend more time in English and math, and also round out their curriculum with more time for science and the arts. Enrichments such as robotics and gardening enable robust vocabulary development through new experiences. Students have more time for nutritious meals and physical movement, ensuring they are physically ready to learn. And, they have more than three extra hours per week of academic support."

 

Time by Content One Pager

In 2011, ExpandED Schools (formerly TASC) launched a national demonstration of its ExpandED Schools initiative in elementary and middle schools in New York City, Baltimore and New Orleans. This one-pager is part of our Year Two report, which presents findings from the second year of this demonstration project, as well as lessons learned by ExpandED Schools and our partners as schools begin to break from the outdated school calendar.

 

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