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Education Daily: ELT Advocates Want More Funding Flexibility

On April 21st, 2015, ERS Executive Director Karen Hawley Miles and Principal Associate Nisha Garg highlighted findings from ERS' report, "Putting the Pieces Together: Sustainable Funding for Expanded Learning Time in Public Schools", on a panel at the Expanded Learning Summit in Washington, DC. 

Education Daily covered the report and the panel in this feature article:


"ELT advocates want more funding flexibility", Frank Woolfe, April 27, 2015, Education Daily.  

Video of the panel is available here.

"Key to sustaining ELT work across the country will be to figure out how to incorporate it into regular cost structures and regular funding streams. That's going to require some very big shifts. It's not about adding this on top. It's about re-conceptualizing how we're doing everything and what the basic cost structures are and patterns of operating in schools are."
-Karen Hawley Miles
Education Daily: ELT Advocates Want More Funding Flexibility
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