How national service can support students in low-income schools
Service Year Alliance releases a report on national service and education

The Role of National Service in Improving Elementary and Secondary Education Outcomes in Low-Income Schools, was released on October 2, 2017 at a Capitol Hill Briefing hosted by Service Year Alliance, Voices for National Service, and America’s Promise Alliance.  The report, written by Service Year Alliance, takes a unique look at how national service members provide an under-recognized and cost-effective source of human capital to improve student outcomes in low-income schools.  The report explores seven roles that national service programs, particularly AmeriCorps, play in supporting student success to help education stakeholders and policymakers better understand how national service is critical to important education reform efforts and reducing educational disparities.

To view full report, click here. 

About Taimarie Adams
Director Of Government Relations at Service Year Alliance
How national service can support students in low-income schools
How national service can support students in low-income schools | Service Year Alliance releases a report on national service and education
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