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Tennessee Afterschool Network


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TN Afterschool Network meetings for 2017:

  • March 24 - LOCATION CHANGE !!
    The March Meeting will be held at Independence Trust,
    325 Bridge St., Franklin
    * You will need to park behind the building and enter the back door.

  • June 30 - United Way of Rutherford & Cannon County
  • September 22 - United Way of Williamson County
  • December 15 - United Way of Rutherford & Cannon County


October 26, 2017 - Lights On Afterschool

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New Report Examines Summer Learning and Low-Income Urban Youth


the RAND Corporation and The Wallace Foundation released a major report, Learning from Summer: Effects of Voluntary Summer Learning Programs on Low-Income Urban Youth, as part of the foundation’s $50 million National Summer Learning Project. This study–the largest of its kind in summer learning–seeks to find out whether, and if so, how, voluntary, district-led summer programs can help low-income elementary students succeed in school. Read More

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​​The Tennessee Department of Human Services provides an online search tool to help parents locate options for child care and afterschool care in their communities. Click the button below to find services in your area. 


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