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School-age learning pods: Identified challenges and opportunities

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The following data was gathered in September 2020 from traditionally after-school programs that became early adopters and implementers of school-age learning pods offered during the school day and out of school time (OST). The providers that participated in this survey have been operating pods since the 2020-21 school year commenced. This brief details common challenges and recommendations identified by these programs. It highlights five areas of greatest concern: Staffing, Daily Operations, Communication, Wraparound Supports, and Technology and Equipment. (author abstract)
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United States

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