Over the past 10 years, developments in technology and how we interact with information have been racing forward at a staggering pace. We are living in the future—and these changes have impacted young people and their education.
We know that afterschool and out-of-school time programming have a significant impact on kids.
Families are the pillars of afterschool organizations. Their satisfaction with their overall experience will have a significant impact on your enrollment numbers next session.
I am a millennial Luddite working at a tech startup.
"There is no question that staffing is a key component of quality in out-of-school time (OST) programs," write Suzanne Bouffard and Priscilla M.D. Little in "Promoting Quality through Professional Development."1