3 May 2012,
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Global Learning Policy Brief- 2012
The brief argues that high-quality global learning in afterschool programs and Expanded Learning Opportunities (ELOs) is critical to youth success, and suggests how global learning supports student achievement. The brief also features exemplars in New York State and presents policy recommendations to make global learning more accessible. NYSAN hopes this policy brief will be a useful tool for programs, stakeholders, and policymakers, and will raise awareness around the need for more global learning opportunities and the positive impact they can have for education and youth development.