Learn about the family’s role in connected learning and how students can link what they learn in schools, afterschool programs, and their communities using digital technology.
Learn how engagement in afterschool can lead to positive outcomes for youth as they explore new interests, develop identities, and collaborate with peers and adults.
This case study of the Everett Boys & Girls Club provides ideas on how to keep middle and high school youth engaged in afterschool programming.
Explore resources from the Office of Head Start’s National Centers to find practical tools that you can use to implement comprehensive, two-generation approaches to child development.
Four important things research tells us about the transition to school—it’s about equity, student outcomes, the role of families, and relationships.
Iridescent, an organization funded by the National Science Foundation, ensures that children and families have the opportunity to learn science, technology, engineering, and math anywhere, anytime.
Learn how foundations can create initiatives to pave the way for ready children, ready families, ready schools, and ready communities across the transition to school.
A smooth transition to school can increase the likelihood of children’s positive outcomes. Read more about the research supporting the transition to school.
Learn how to transform experiences working with families into meaningful professional development, how to foster home–school connections, how to engage families with technology, and more!
Check out how caregivers can use technology and traditional learning activities to turn the home into a space for early learning.