The Role of High School After-School in Supporting Student Success

After School Matters, The Muhammad Ali Center and The Collaborative for Building After-School Systems present: 
The Role of High School After-School in Supporting Student Success
A Webinar On:
Thursday, March 17th  @2:00-3:00pm EST
This webinar will explore promising out-of-school time strategies to engage older youth and support them through high school and into college. 
The webinar shares the work of Building Bridges, a national initiative funded by the
Charles Stewart Mott Foundation to improve both the availability and quality of high school after-school programs through alignment with high school reform efforts. 
High school after-school presents a promising strategy to support student success, yet there is a tremendous unmet demand for high-quality programs. 
To address these challenges, communities across the country forged new ground to advance high school after-school through citywide strategic planning efforts.
The webinar will feature lead intermediary partners of the Building Bridges project from
After School Matters, The Muhammad Ali Center, Boston After-School and Beyond, Charlotte Partners in Out of School Time, and The After-School Corporation in New York City.  Panelists will discuss their successes and challenges in supporting student success through innovative out-of-school time strategies for older youth.
Participants will have the opportunity to pose live questions during the call. 
To learn more about strategies to strengthen high school after-school opportunities, please contact Emily Morgan, National Policy Coordinator, CBASS, at 646-943-8737 or


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