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Quality Program Quickstarters, or QPQs, are self-paced learning modules you can do anywhere, anytime. Each module addresses an essential aspect of leading and managing a high-quality out-of-school time program. You can complete a module in about an hour and download a curated set of Y4Y tools and resources to help you implement what you learned. New QPQs this month: Building Your Program Team,Community Asset Mapping, Conducting a Needs Assessment, and Intentional Activity Design.
Literacy for All: Stories as Mirrors, Windows, and Sliding Glass Doors
Thursday, Dec. 8, at 1 p.m. ET
As educators seek to reengage students after pandemic learning losses, literacy has emerged as a top concern. Attend this LIVE With Y4Y! session to learn Read more...
The Red Apple of Yesteryear
In the days of yore, children skipped hand-in-hand to the one-room schoolhouse, sometimes towing logs if it was their turn to start the fire that morning. Younger and older students sat ... read more
There are countless ways (no pun intended) to help students experience math as something interesting and useful instead of boring and irrelevant. And it doesn’t always require elaborate planning. You can use what you ... read more
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