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Making the Most of Expanded Learning in Community Schools - A Resource Guide

Mayor de Blasio’s bold vision for Community Schools describes how schools can work in collaboration with families, non-profits and other community organizations to that ensure young people reach their full potential academically, socially and emotionally. This paper outlines promising practices in expanded learning, a key component in Community Schools, and includes examples from schools that work with TASC, NYC Coalition for Educational Justice, Generation Schools Network and National Center on Time & Learning.

Avoiding the Attendance Slump: Strategies to Maximize Learning Time in June - A Resource Guide

ExpandED Schools works to build education enrichment into an expanded school day because extra time spent in engaging learning activities leads to better outcomes in school and beyond. There’s one month, however, when students in many schools lose learning time: June. In this resource guide, we offer some specific strategies to increase learning time and attendance rates, boost engagement, minimize summer learning loss, and accelerate performance in the next grade.

Show Me the Budget

In this video and accompanying one-pager, see how PS 186 and community partner NIA Community Services Network worked with TASC to build a budget to support three extra hours of learning time.

A Fiscal Map for Expanded Learning Time (ELT): Second Edition

TASC developed this fiscal map, analysis and set of policy recommendations in an effort to: 1) show how many sources of funding schools and community partners can bring to expanded learning approaches—at the federal level alone—and, 2) highlight for policymakers who control one or more of these funding streams just how complex this picture is.

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