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(2010). More Time for Learning : Promising Practices and Lessons Learned. Boston : Massachusetts Expanded Learning Time Initiative. En ligne : <http://www.timeandlearn ... 20Progress%20Report.pdf>. 
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Resource type: Report/Documentation
BibTeX citation key: anon2010g
Categories: General
Keywords: États-Unis, temps et rythme scolaires
Publisher: Massachusetts Expanded Learning Time Initiative (Boston)
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URLs     http://www.timeand ... gress%20Report.pdf
"Massachusetts is heralded nationally for being the first in the nation to enact a state policy to redesign and expand the learning day for all students to advance academic achievement, broaden enrichment opportunities, and improve instruction. The Expanded Learning Time (ELT) Initiative has gained momentum over the past several years due to the strong advocacy and leadership of Governor Deval Patrick, Massachusetts Secretary of Education Paul Reville, and the Massachusetts Legislature, especially the chairpersons of the Education Committee, Representative Marty Walz and Senator Rob O’Leary. While many important education programs in the state have been impacted by dwindling state coffers, the state leadership’s continued commitment and support of this innovative program has been critical to its ongoing success. Today, the 22 ELT schools serving over 12,200 students across the state are models to the Commonwealth and the entire country for how schools can be transformed when teachers, administrators, parents, and the community work together to add learning time and broaden what schools should offer. As the national momentum for expanded learning time continues to build, the Massachusetts ELT Initiative continues to be recognized for its promising results for students, teachers, and schools."
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