Our winter 2014 newsletter features new guides for supporting informal STEM education, summer learning, and expanded learning opportunities for high-school students.
» Download our March 2014 e-newsletter.
Our fall 2013 newsletter features new messaging resources to help you explain the value of expanded-learning systems and intermediaries, upcoming webinars, and publications and videos on community schools, arts programming for tweens, and the scope of the opportunity gap.
» Download our November 2013 e-newsletter.
This issue of our newsletter features a blog post by Madison Mayor Paul Soglin, an update on the reauthorization of the Elementary and Secondary Education Act, and a new report on assessment in after-school science. You can also watch a video on budgeting for expanded learning.
» Download our July 2013 e-newsletter.
Join CBASS and the American Youth Policy Forum in Washington DC for a lunchtime discussion on policy perspectives in expanded learning. Speakers from the Partnership for Children and Youth in California's Bay Area, Metro Nashville Public Schools, and research group Policy Studies Associates will speak about the value of intermediary organizations, data sharing to drive quality and accountability, and school and community partnerships for student success.
Our spring newsletter features a new set of financial management tools available for free online, articles on STEM in the latest issue of Afterschool Matters, current research on summer learning, and a guide to financing community schools.
» Download our May 2013 e-newsletter.
The CBASS e-newsletter includes useful resources to increase learning opportunities in your city, hear of upcoming events, and learn about system-building strategies and initiatives that are changing young peoples’ lives across the country.
Our inaugural issue takes you to a video from CBASS partners with tips for building school-community partnerships, a research report on "non-cognitive" outcomes, three webinars on system building co-sponsored with The Wallace Foundation, and more.
» Download our January 2013 e-newsletter.
CBASS announced the addition of four intermediaries to its national coalition of nonprofit organizations dedicated to expanding high-quality learning opportunities through citywide systems. With the addition of the Hartford Partnership for Student Success, Nashville After Zone Alliance, Partnership for Youth Development in New Orleans, and Youthprise in the Twin Cities, Minnesota, CBASS is now represented by 13 organizations across the United States.