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The Playful Learning Journey: How Funders Can Embrace Playful Learning
This webinar will dive into the Playful Learning Landscapes City Network. We’ll hear from the funders and fellows who have supported these projects about what they learned and answer your questions.
The State of Research in the OST Field: Out-of-School Time Monthly Field Convening
Join the EdFunders Out-of-School Time Impact Group for an ongoing conversation with funders, practitioners and other field leaders. Every third Friday, monthly. May 19: Guest moderator Dale Anglin will lead participant discussion on the state of research in the field.
Winning Sustained Public Financing for Out-of-School Time: Moving the Work Forward
This multi-session learning opportunity focuses on strategic public financing for children and youth in out-of-school time, November 16, 2022 to May 17, 2023. Registration has closed.
Raising the Bar: Creating Student Pathways for Global Engagement
Join this webinar to learn about U.S. ED’s new initiative: Unlocking Career Success, a collaboration that reimagines how our nation’s high schools can prepare all students to thrive in their future careers with accelerated and innovative opportunities to earn college credits and gain real-world career experiences.
Preventing Youth Homelessness Series Webinar: Identifying Student Risks Through Project Upstream
This webinar explores the experiences of funders and advocates who have shepherded a model for preventing child and youth homelessness through school-based assessments and supports.
College and Career Pathways Study Tour
Join us for a college and career pathways study tour to New Mexico April 26-28. This learning opportunity will explore the development of pathways programs in rural New Mexico with a focus on the Four Corners region. Registration closes April 5.