Statewide afterschool networks across the country are coming together to host Stakeholder Summits.
Join educators, program providers and community leaders at a stakeholder summit to:
- Share and learn about promising practices in expanded learning
- Access new research about high quality afterschool and summer learning
- Join a national conversation on how to best leverage the time beyond the school day to accelerate student achievement
Participate in a stakeholder summit to discuss the opportunities and learning supports that will help students in your community acquire the skills they need to be prepared for college and a career and to be successful in life.
Florida Afterschool Network
Broward College - June 6, 2012
The Florida Afterschool Network, Children's Services Council of Broward County and Broward College gathered over 100 people in Florida as part of the statewide stakeholder summit to support expanding learning opportunities in their communities.
Florida National Public Radio
Kansas Enrichment Network
Kansas Museum of History - June 6, 2012
More than 80 stakeholders gathered with the Kansas Enrichment Network and the Kansas Parent Information Resource Center at the Kansas Museum of History to discuss the impact afterschool and expanded learning opportunities make in the lives of children and youth.
Kansas Education Policy Report
Kansas Public Radio
Indiana Afterschool Network
Conner Prairie Interactive History Park - June 13, 2012
The Indiana Afterschool Network, Indiana Commission for Higher Education and Conner Prairie Interactive History Park hosted the College & Career Readiness Forum: KnowHow2GO Through Afterschool to discuss what students across the state need for college and career success.
Keynote Presentations and Panel
Iowa Afterschool Alliance
FFA Enrichment Center - June 13, 2012
The Iowa Afterschool Alliance and Co-Host Dave Welter, 2012 Middle-Level Principal of the Year from Holmes Jr. High in Cedar Falls, Iowa, brought together influential stakeholders to determine a direction for expanded learning in Iowa.