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Designing welcoming environments for children and families has never been more important.     Let's look at some statistics and then talk action! Recent research shows that high school students report feeling "tired, stressed and bored" during the school day. 28% of U.S. students in grades 6–12 have experienced bullying…
Monday, 13 February 2017 05:20

Do you love afterschool? Proclaim it loudly!

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In partnership with the Afterschool Alliance, we hope you'll pass this along to parents and friends to help raise awareness for afterschool programs by writing a short letter to your local newspaper.  This is a repost from the Afterschool Snack blog. Happy Valentine's Day from all of us at the…
We are honored to share this blog post provided by the National Youth Leadership Council. The original blog post is written by: Dr. Robert Shumer, NYLC Board Member, University of Minnesota, and Tiveeda Stovall, University of San Diego.  America is in its second decade of the 21st century. While the…
Tuesday, 07 February 2017 02:47

Magical Leadership

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The past few weeks have been very fun and proud for me, as this baby of mine, this pet project, this seed of an idea that was planted more than three years ago, finally saw the sunlight.     The interactive journal—the book born out of a weekly blog that…
Thursday, 02 February 2017 06:43

How 'Little Ole' Baskets' Can Inspire Your Kids

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Welcome to the place where I spend my mornings and afternoons. The place where I share laughs, and tears, and everyday moments with 90 kiddos each day. The place that each day challenges and helps me develop and to be the very best for the students that I get to…
Are you an after school program leader looking to better connect students to the community? Have you heard about project-based learning but lack the skills to implement it effectively? Do you want to see every single one of your students engaged in work that both challenges them and ignites their…
Community gardens serve as a place-based tool for connection, empowerment, and cultural identity. Today, more gardens are popping up in school yards, in vacant lots, nonprofits, and housing developments. Educators are using gardens as creative and holistic tools for teaching beyond the walls of the classroom. In 2014, I wrote the…
Observing. Critical Thinking. Accurate Recording. Reflection. These are much needed skills for living in the complexities of today's world. Developing these skills helps round out youths' abilities to navigate in and contribute to a better world, whether as a concerned person or a student looking towards a future career in…

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