Kansas Enrichment Network partnering for 2-state municipal summit on afterschool, expanded learning

LAWRENCE – A statewide project of a University of Kansas-based research center is partnering with colleagues in Missouri to assemble city leaders and state agency officials from across both states for an early-June municipal summit focused on improving and expanding afterschool and summer learning opportunities for young people.

Based at the Center for Public Partnerships & Research (CPPR) in KU’s Achievement & Assessment Institute, the Kansas Enrichment Network (KEN) will join with the Missouri AfterSchool Network and the United Way of Greater Kansas City to present “Strengthening Opportunities for Youth, Creating Opportunities for Cities: The Power of Afterschool and Expanded…

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