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The Growing Out-of-School Time Field Twitter Chat

Join us November 29th for a Twitter chat on The Growing Out-of-School Time Field Wednesday, November 29th, 12-1pm ET #IAPOST To participate, use the hashtag #IAPOST in all tweets for the Twitter chat.

11/29/2017
When: November 29th
12:00 PM ET
Where: United States

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Join us November 29th for a Twitter chat on 

The Growing Out-of-School Time Field

Wednesday, November 29th, 12-1pm ET

#IAPOST

 

To participate, use the hashtag #IAPOST in all tweets for the Twitter chat.

We will be posting questions from National EPFP Director and Co-editor of the volume, Helen Janc Malone's Twitter handle, @HelenJancMalone.

Don't be shy--feel free to jump into the conversation at any time with your own questions, thoughts, and links!

 

Click here for a how-to guide for participating in Twitter chats. 

 

The Information Age Publishing series on Current Issues in Out-of-School Time is releasing it's first volume titled The Growing Out-of-School-Time Field.

 

Questions for the Twitter Chat:

1.    What has been 1 success of the #IAPOST field?

2.    What do we know from data about #IAPOST?

3.    Share 1 example of high-quality #IAPOST program.

4.    What are the future directions for #IAPOST? 

 

About the Series:
The OST field has grown significantly over the past twenty years. The emergence of the 21st Century Community Learning Centers funding, an annual federal investment of over $1 billion, has created access to before- and after-school and summer learning programs for millions of children. Research and an intense field-wide focus on continuous improvement and capacity building have led to the development and implementation of quality standards and practices during OST. In addition, systemic, coordinated local and state efforts have created ongoing investments and incentives for intentional linkages across diverse institutions in support of OST learning. Today, the OST field has visibility, legitimacy, and relevance in the public sphere as a central partner in young people’s development and learning across contexts.

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