After School Alliance

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After School Alliance
After School Alliance is listed in the Educational Services category in Washington, District of Columbia. Displayed below are the social networks for After School Alliance which include a Facebook page, a Instagram account, a Pinterest page and a Twitter account. The activity and popularity of After School Alliance on these social networks gives it a ZapScore of 99.

Contact information for After School Alliance is:
1616 H St NW
Washington, DC 20006
(202) 347-2030

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After School Alliance has an overall ZapScore of 99. This means that After School Alliance has a higher ZapScore than 99% of all businesses on Zappenin. For reference, the median ZapScore for a business in Washington, District of Columbia is 32 and in the category is 41. Learn more about ZapScore.

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The proposed elimination of 21st #CCLC will decimate #summerlearning & #afterschoolprograms. Stand up for kids: ow.ly/1ist30cQyY3


"This program taught me one of the most valuable lessons in my life: to accept and embrace myself."†twitter.com/i/web/status/8…

"This program taught me one of the most valuable lessons in my life: to accept and embrace myself." Susanna Pradhan, an alumna of ourBRIDGE for KIDS in Charlotte, N.C., is now a rising sophomore at The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, which she credits to her experience in afterschool programs.
By Susanna Pradhan, an alumna of ourBRIDGE for KIDS in Charlotte, N.C. Susanna is a rising sophomore at The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill and attended the Afterschool for All Challenge in Washington, D.C. as part of the Youth Track.


RT @Public_Profit: Honored to be featured on @afterschool4all blog - Answering Questions About Quality. bit.ly/2sPaDIQ


Step up your #SEL programming with this new in-depth guide from @WallaceFdn: ow.ly/9vlh30cureV


.@InnovationColla wants to know how the afterschool field promotes interdisciplinary learning—take their survey ow.ly/R5fa30aJSIl

Social and emotional learning can help youth manage their behavior, develop leadership skills, and work on critical thinking and problem solving. This guide from The Wallace Foundation provides an in-depth review of 25 evidence-based programs that can help you put these ideas into practice in your program.
Recent years have seen a massive expansion of recognition for and research around social and emotional learning, both within the afterschool field and in the education field as a whole. Building on this momentum, the Wallace Foundation’s incredible new guide, “

Every afterschool program strives to be as effective as possible. Creating high-quality afterschool programs is essential to ensuring youth see the benefits. A new brief from Public Profit shares lessons on how to put the research on afterschool program quality into practice.
By Jocelyn Michelsen, Senior Research Associate at Public Profit, an Oakland, California-based evaluation consultancy focused on helping high-performing organizations do their best, data-driven work with children, youth, and families.

We’re proud to announce our first class of New York Life Insurance Company Foundation Aim High grantees! Discover how these outstanding afterschool programs will help middle schoolers across the country succeed in the transition to 9th grade.
On June 20, the New York Life Foundation and the Afterschool Alliance announced $750,000 in grant awards to 18 middle school out-of-school time (OST) programs serving disadvantaged youth in communities across the nation. The grants mark the first awards made under the Foundation’s new $1.95M “Aim Hi...

YALSA is partnering with the Association for Rural & Small Libraries (ARSL) to help rural libraries support youth in exploring career pathways in a fun, informal community setting.
Libraries can be dynamic partners in afterschool programming, especially in rural and tribal communities where poverty rates are often higher and children have fewer options for afterschool activities. As rural communities work toward strong futures, libraries are well poised to provide afterschool…