Apr 19 2024

Transforming the Education Ecosystem to Support Youth Thriving: Out-of-School Time Monthly Field Convening

Grantmakers for Education

Virtual

April 19, 2024, 12:00 pm ET

Resources

At this month's field convening, we’ll hear from field experts, Karen Pittman and Merita Irby, at Knowledge to Power Catalysts. They will share insights from their recent report: Too Essential to Fail: Why Our Big Bet on Public Education Needs a Bold National Response. In this report, they make the case that every young person has the potential to thrive under the right conditions, and every community has an opportunity and obligation to improve those conditions. Join the conversation on how to transform the education ecosystem to increase youth thriving.

 

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About the Series

Join the EdFunders Out-of-School Time Impact Group for an ongoing conversation with funders, practitioners and other field leaders centered on learning about and with the out-of-school time sector, focusing on essential issues in OST now and in the future. Each video call will dive into a specific content area, challenge, and/or opportunity for the field and feature experts in the sector and philanthropy.

Register once for the ongoing series and join as your schedule allows. Already registered? We’ll send you a reminder of your meeting access beforehand.

Calls are scheduled from 12:00 – 1:00 p.m. ET on the third Friday of each month.

See video and resources from past calls in the event archive.

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