Research suggests structured, strengths-based afterschool programs that are coordinated with schools and communities and staffed with knowledgeable and competent adults are ideal settings to promote positive experiences and youth social and emotional development.
To outdo yourself generally means to do something exceptional or superb—especially in relation to past efforts.
Spring 2017 was an uneasy time for Gina Warner and her team at the National AfterSchool Association (NAA).
This is a transcript of the keynote address delivered in March 2018 by NAA President, Gina Warner, in recognition and celebration of the 30th Anniversary of the National Afterschool Association. The theme of NAA's 30th Anniversary Convention was "Leading the Charge: Be Bold, Be Brave, Be Brilliant"
WOW! What an amazing four days at the NAA 2018 Annual Convention in Atlanta! Here are some of the highlights.
Technology can change lives—and afterschool programs are an untapped solution to ensure youth have the access and supports they need to succeed with technology.
Report Identifies Need to Increase Digital Learning Opportunities and Technology Access to Bridge the "Homework Gap"