We invite you to join NAA, the Institute for Educational Leadership (IEL) Education Policy Fellowship Program and The Freedom '64 Project for a Civil Rights Learning Journey, from Jackson, Mississippi, to Birmingham, Alabama, taking place November 25 – 28, 2018.
More than 2,300 children have recently suffered the traumatic experience of being forcibly separated from their parents at the United States border.
As the voice of the afterschool profession and the professional association for the field, NAA is positioned to be the industry-recognized credentialing body for STEM facilitation skills and other afterschool content areas.
The Toy Association, NAA Corporate Advisory Board member and co-partner in the new Play Ambassador program, has released Decoding STEM/STEAM.
Emerging best practices in out-of-school time (OST) are well-aligned with the goals of social and emotional learning (SEL), but few SEL programs are designed for OST environments.
The Journal of Youth Development (JYD) is issuing a companion call for youth submissions for a special issue designed to expand the dialogue on immigrant, refugee and border youth in the United States by bringing multiple voices and perspectives of researchers, practitioners and youth to the forefront.
The National AfterSchool Association (NAA) recently appointed four new members to its Board of Directors.
The loss of interest and engagement in STEM programs and careers for girls is well documented. And while women make up half of the workforce, only 29 percent participate in STEM careers, with even lower numbers in computer science. Karen Peterson, CEO of National Girls Collaborative Project, shares her thoughts.