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Find Expanding Learning Time Tools and Reports

This library contains the latest policy and research reports on expanding learning time, building out-of-school time systems and improving student outcomes, as well as tools for schools and community organizations that are expanding learning time, opportunities and support for students. In this library you will find resources such as research studies, fact sheets and evaluation reports, as well as sample school schedules, curriculum resources and evaluation tools.



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Hear from school leaders who are providing students with a balance of core academics and hands-on subjects like art and science, plenty of time for active movement, and the personalized learning kids both need and want.

Hear from school leaders who are providing students with a balance of core academics and hands-on subjects like art and science, plenty of time for active movement, and the personalized learning kids both need and want.

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.

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.

An analysis of data from TASC’s national demonstration of a longer school day shows that elementary and middle school students improved their academic achievement, attended school more often and benefitted from improvements in school culture.

TASC is putting forward a framework for high school improvement that builds on strong partnerships among schools, community organizations including museums and businesses, and intermediary organizations.

This report summarizes a lively and provocative discussion among global education leaders and offers some next steps for transforming how we prepare young people for their lives in a globally inter-connected world.

This curriculum provides educators with a free, engaging, web-based model to teach kids how to move from digital consumers to active web producers.

This brief describes how states can strengthen their use of federal 21st CCLC funds to motivate students to achieve at the levels essential for citizenship in a global economy.

In this video, partners of Every Hour Counts describe ten ways for schools and community organizations to build strong partnerships.

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