Schools in a Colorado district are overhauling their schedules to allow time for before- and after-school enrichment and support for students in an effort to improve achievement. The day at one middle school can stretch as long as eight hours for some students -- an initiative led through the National Center on Time and Learning's pilot program that began in 2012 and is supported by state's Department of Education and the Legacy Foundation.
Colo. district uses expanded school day to boost student achievement
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