Schools and Educators

Develop Supportive Relationships With Programs

National research shows that high-quality, expanded learning programs help students perform better in school, graduate high school, and gain the social-emotional skills needed to achieve long-term success. 

[W]e bridged the gap between our program and the school system, and I met with someone from the school who is now providing me with packets that I’m going to implement into my program and our summer camps that will help curb students getting behind in the summer. (Gennie Stewart, program provider)

By pooling resources and supporting learning beyond the school day, you are enabling students to learn proper behavioral traits that allow them to achieve success in their day-to-day education as well as their higher education achievements.