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After-School Learning

Learning Opportunities in Out-of-School Time

Research shows that creating optimal conditions for learning wherever kids spend time can boost student motivation and engagement—whether in or out of school.

October 8, 2020
George Lucas Educational Foundation

This video is part of our How Learning Happens series, which explores teaching practices grounded in the science of learning and human development. 

Edutopia developed this series in collaboration with the Learning Policy Institute, with support from the S. D. Bechtel, Jr. Foundation

Special thanks to the Science of Learning and Development Alliance, the Forum for Youth Investment, the National AfterSchool Association, the Wallace Foundation, EducationCounsel, the Boys and Girls Club of Greater Green BayTacoma Public Schools' Whole Child InitiativeThompson Island Outward Bound Education Center, and Wings for Kids.

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