RFA’s work to examine out-of-school time (OST) programming and its impact on student outcomes continues to generate attention. A journal article, authored by RFA researchers Tracey Hartmann, Brittan Hallar and Jian Gao, was published today in the Philadelphia Social Innovations Journal. Click here to read the article.
Additionally, this morning, Tracey Hartmann participated on a panel on OST innovations in Philadelphia. The panel, sponsored by PSIJ and in conjunction with the Philadelphia Parks and Recreation Department, Department of Human Services, and the Public Health Management Corporation, explored how Philadelphia’s OST sector can continue to innovate in order to meet the needs of students and adapt to local needs and culture.