Mar 15 2024

2024 Policy Outlook for the OST Field: Out-of-School Time Monthly Field Convening

Grantmakers for Education

Virtual

March 15, 2024, 12:00 pm ET

Resources:

Afterschool Alliance, with Erik Peterson, Senior Vice President, Policy

Children’s Funding Project, with Elizabeth Gaines, Founder & CEO

National Urban League, with Horatio Blackman, Vice President, Education Policy, Advocacy, & Engagement

UnidosUS, with Brian Ortega, K-12 Senior Policy Analyst 

Join us on Friday March 15th from 12:00-1:00 pm ET to discuss policy opportunities and challenges ahead for the field in 2024. We’ll hear from several field leaders about their policy priorities, what they’re watching out for, and strategies for how the field can contribute and engage in key policy goals.

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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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