Join us for a Webinar on Monday, December 7, 2009
Join researchers and local leaders to explore Investments in Building Citywide Out-of-School-Time Systems, a study of the investments that six cities—Boston, Charlotte, Chicago, Denver, New York City and Seattle—have made in building OST systems. The study, commissioned by The Wallace Foundation from The Finance Project and Public/Private Ventures, is designed to help inform OST system-building efforts across the country by helping stakeholders understand the potential roles and functions of OST systems and the range of resources needed to build a solid infrastructure. The webinar will present lessons for the OST field and highlight the work of local initiatives focused on quality, data and access, and financing.
Title: Investments in Building Citywide Out-of-School-Time Systems
Date: Monday, December 7, 2009
Time: 2:00 PM - 3:00 PM ET
- Edward Pauly, Director of Research and Evaluation, The Wallace Foundation
Goals of the research, methodology and key findings
- Jean Grossman, Senior Research Fellow, Public/Private Ventures
Systems level investments
- Christianne Lind, Project Group Director, The Finance Project
- Quality – Dishon Mills, Senior Manager, Department of Extended Learning Time, Afterschool & Services, Boston Public Schools
- Data and access – Chris Caruso, Assistant Commissioner for Out-of-School Time Programs, New York City Department of Youth and Community Development (DYCD)
- Financing – Jim Chesire, Director, Chicago Out-of-School Time Project, Chicago Department of Family and Support Services (DFSS)
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