Apr 27, 2018

Comprehensive Services For Children In Poverty: What We Know And What We Need To Learn


The Center for Optimized Student Support has issued a report summarizing the results of the October 2017 AERA Conference on integrated student support. From the press release announcing the report:

“Our nation must find effective, cost-efficient, scalable ways to educate children living in poverty and other challenging circumstances to be ready to participate in 21st century civic and community life and the workforce,” explained Joan Wasser Gish, Director of Strategic Initiatives at the Center. “Our shared future depends on helping all children achieve academically and thrive.”

Read the press release and the report at the website for the Center for Optimized Student Support