Out-of-School Time Videos

This page will serve as a repository for videos regarding out-of-school time.  Over time, we hope to make it a useful repository for training, professional development information, information that supports advocacy efforts, success stories, etc.

 

Summer Learning:

Summer Learning Loss - Run Time: 2.11 minutes
NBC's Brian Williams discusses how summer learning loss puts students at a disadvantage academically. For more information, go to gradelevelreading.net.

 

Success Stories:

Emerson Elementary School OST - Run Time: 3:03 minutes
NMOST sponsored video about the success of the out-of-school time efforts at Emerson Elementary. 

Paso del Norte Health Foundation's IGNITE Initiative - Run Time: 3:20 minutes
A safe place, a positive activity, a trusted adult, these are thing that are necessary for a healthy life. The IGNITE Initiative was established to provide positive opportunities for after school programs for youth ages 7 - 18.

 

Tackling Hunger:

Summer Meals in New Mexico - Run Time: 13:06 minutes
New Mexico in Focus panel discussion about the impact of food insecurity and potential solutions for addressing hunger during the summer months.

 

Why Out-of-School Time?

Afterschool: Hours of Opportunity - Run Time: 6:03 minutes
Features the data and images of powerful afterschool experiences, demonstrating the importance of afterschool programs in providing opportunities to expand and deepen learning, to complement the school day with fun and engaging projects, and  to close the opportunity gap.  As featured expert Robert Balfanz of Johns Hopkins University says, "Afterschool is where the community can help the school push back against the hungry bear of poverty." 


 
 

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The New Mexico Out-of-School Time Network (NMOST) brings together policymakers, educators, childcare providers, youth development workers, and other stakeholders interested in ensuring positive youth development opportunities and outcomes through out-of-school time programs.

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