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Check out the latest news about NAA and special announcements pertinent to the field of afterschool.

Let's Talk the Future of Afterschool is a bi-weekly, interactive conversation that provides timely updates and resources to our membership and inform policymakers, funders, and other decision-makers about the state of the afterschool field's efforts and needs.

Recently, I had the privilege of joining several NAA members for "Let's Talk the Future of Afterschool," a Zoom conversation hosted by NAA.

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Wednesday, 26 September 2018 00:00

Afterschool Swag/Merchandise

Those who work in afterschool programs make a difference in the lives of young people every day and that should be celebrated!

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Report Identifies Need to Increase Digital Learning Opportunities and Technology Access to Bridge the "Homework Gap"

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Many of us are aware that daily reading and literacy activity can enhance vocabulary, increase comprehension and develop an understanding about story structure, among other skills.

Quality is certainly on the forefront of afterschool/youth development programs across the country. You can be an important coach to support your staff in growing their capacity towards recognizing and incorporating youth program quality.

Tuesday, 04 August 2015 09:22

Dollar General Afterschool Literacy Award

The ability to read, write, and think critically are vital skills—important at every stage of a person's life to succeed academically, professionally, and beyond.

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"What did you do after school?"

I rarely miss a chance to ask a prospective donor that question.

Is it possible for youth program directors to successfully raise funds in a struggling economy?

Author Carolyn Hudman contends it is easier than you think! Discover how you can take advantage of untapped resources in your local community through strategic friend-raising and creative fundraising with her new book, Finding Funding for Youth Programs, now available on Amazon.com.

The Walking Classroom addresses students' need to move. Whether for the energy-filled student who can't sit still or the student who needs encouragement to get his recommended daily amount of activity, incorporating walking into the classroom benefits everyone.

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