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Putting Youth at Center of Efforts to Redesign Learning Opportunities

10 Dec 2015 8:32 AM | Anonymous member (Administrator)

A Thought Leader Roundtable on Putting Youth at the Center of Efforts to Redesign Learning Opportunities

 

Free Conference Call and Discussion - (This is USA based)

Dec. 10, 11 a.m. ET

 

Authentically involving young people in efforts to reimagine learning in school and afterschool can be transformative, but it's not easy to do.

 

In this upcoming free thought leadership conversation, join Karen Pittman as she talks with TJ Delahanty, manager of Out-of-School Time Initiatives at Metro United Way in Louisville, and Norman Harris, a young person from Memphis, Tenn. Both cities' efforts to rethink expanded learning opportunities in order to close equity gaps were featured in the recent America's Promise report, Expanded Learning, Expanded Opportunity: How Four Communities Are Working to Improve Education for Their Students. Learn about the impact of young people's involvement in the work, and how to more meaningfully involve students and other youth in efforts in your community.  

 

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