School-age kids spend 80% of their waking hours outside of school. And it’s estimated that 11.3 million children take care of themselves after the school day ends. That’s why before school, after school and summer learning programs (also called out-of-school time programs or OST) are so important – they can provide transformative learning experiences in unique settings that help young people discover what they love to do and reach their full potential.
Given the ﬂuid and complex nature of these programs—especially in today’s environment—OST programs can encounter a variety of challenges that can hinder their ability to deliver meaningful learning experiences. Fill out the brief form above to download the infographic and learn how providers are using technology to tackle these challenges.