March 2020 marked the genesis of unexpected, unprecedented shifts to virtual learning in K-12 educational and school programs.
Numerous books—for adults and children—are great resources for learning about race, racism, structural racism, the history of racism, its implications for today's disparities, and embracing differences.
Kelly Sturgis, Executive Director of NYS Network for Youth Success—NAA's New York State Affiliate—recently shared a letter thanking afterschool professionals for all the hard work and resiliency demonstrated throughout the field during the pandemic.
A new report from Temescal Associates and the How Kids Learn Foundation examines how afterschool programs were adapting to new COVID-19 developments.
Many afterschool professionals and leaders are looking for resources to build their knowledge about racism and to learn more about how to effectively address racism and integrate anti-racist practices into their work.