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6 Mar 2014
Topics: » After-School System-Building, » Effective Practice, » Program Quality, » Science/Environment/Technology, » Staff Training & Development, » Structure, Staffing & Effectiveness

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Slides from Every Hour Counts' STEM mini-plenary session at the 2014 National Afterschool Association (NAA) conference, in collaboration with ExpandED Schools by TASC, Providence After-School Alliance, and Prime Time Palm Beach County.

Evaluation findings from the national Frontiers in Urban Science Exploration (FUSE) initiative have shown that engaging frontline staff in deep professional development significantly improves the quality of informal STEM education programs. Every Hour Counts, along with PASA, Prime Time, and TASC hosted a mini-plenary session at the NAA 2014 conference, sharing experience and advice based on professional development in their own programs. View the slides from the presentation.