Tuesday, February 2, 2010

Would Longer Schools Days or Years Mean Greater Student Achievement?

The National Center on Time and Learning’s report, Tracking An Emerging Movement: A Report on Extended-Time Schools in America, analyses a database of more than 650 schools that utilize an extended school day or school year. (This database is searchable on NCTL’s website.) Trends, in areas like student outcomes and time use, across these schools point to extended-time schools as a potential strategy for increasing student achievement.

Policies to improve K-3 academic success.

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