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Afterschool Advocate
Contact: info@afterschoolalliance.org 
www.afterschoolalliance.org
The Afterschool Advocate, produced by the Afterschool Alliance, provides the latest news and information on afterschool policy developments, events and activities.

Afterschool Matters
Conact: niost@wellesley.edu
www.niost.org/Publications/Afterschool-Matters
Afterschool Matters is a national, peer-reviewed journal dedicated to promoting professionalism, scholarship and consciousness in the field of afterschool education. The journal serves those involved in developing and managing programs for youth during the out-of-school time hours and those engaged in research and in shaping youth development policy. Afterschool Matters is part of the Afterschool Matters Initiative and is published 2-3 times per year by the National Institute on Out-of-School Time with support from the Robert Bowne Foundation.

AfterWords
www.sedl.org/afterschool/afterwords
AfterWords, the newsletter of the National Partnership of Quality Afterschool Learning (now the National Center for Quality Afterschool), published from 2007-2009, features research about high-quality afterschool programs.

The Alliance Byte
Contact: info@healthiergeneration.org
www.healthiergeneration.org/about.aspx?ekfrm=6121
The Alliance Byte, sponsored by Alliance for a Healthier Generation provides the latest news about childhood health in your city, state and nation. Childhood obesity is a national epidemic affecting 1 out of every 3 kids. Stay informed on what the Alliance is doing to combat the issue and what you can do in your daily life to support a healthier generation.

American Youth Policy Forum (AYPF) 
www.aypf.org/e-bulletins/latest-e-bulletin
The American Youth Policy Forum (AYPF) is a professional development organization that provides information for policymakers on youth policy issues at the national, state, and local levels. Register on their website to receive their monthly e-Bulletins which have up-to-date program resources, policies, research findings and much more.

Annie E. Casey Foundation 
www.aecf.org/Newsroom/NewsletterSubscribe.aspx
The Annie E. Casey Foundation periodically distributes print and email newsletters highlighting new information and resources on a variety of topics. Newsletters include: The Casey Foundation E-Newsletter, Juvenile Detention Alternatives Initiative News, and KIDS COUNT News.

ASCD
www.ascd.org/Publications/newsletters.aspx 
ASCD disseminates four newsletters that discuss various topics related to education, such as policy, classroom management tips, research, and current issues in the field. These four newsletters are: Education UpdatePolicy PrioritiesASCD Express, and ASCD SmartBrief.

Beyond Imagination
Contact: newsletter@bostonbeyond.org
http://bostonbeyond.org/subscribe-to-newsletter/
Beyond Imagination, Boston Beyond's e-newsletter, delves into the most relevant issues in the out-of-school time community and highlights how programs and funders address these issues.

The Child Indicator
www.childtrends.org
The Child Indicator is a periodic newsletter from Child Trends about the major developments within the child and youth social indicators field.

Children's Defense Fund Monthly 
www.childrensdefense.org/newsroom/enewsletters/subscribe.html
The CDF Monthly eNewsletter provides an update on CDF's efforts to be a voice for children, issues affecting America's children and how you can take action on those issues.

Child Watch Column
www.childrensdefense.org/newsroom/child-watch-columns
Child Watch is a weekly column written by the president of the Children's Defense Fund, Marian Wright Edelman. Hercolumn is sent every Friday to subscribers and posted to The Huffington Post weekly.

Childwatch 
www.pccy.org/index.php?page=ChildwatchNewsletter__44
Childwatch Newsletter is a quarterly publication of PCCY with information on issues related to child advocacy.

Coalition for Science After School Update 
Contact: ScienceAfterSchool@gmail.com
afterschoolscience.org
The Coalition for Science After School Update, presented by the Coalition for Science After School, features the latest information on resources, events, and advocacy efforts related to high quality science, technology, engineering, and math (STEM) learning experiences during out-of-school hours.

The Collaborative for Building After-School Systems (CBASS)
www.afterschoolsystems.org/section/listserv
Stay informed about news and information on the after-school field across the country. Sign up for the CBASS general information listserv to receive alerts about professional development opportunities, policy issues and the latest publications on research and best practices in the after-school field.

Community Schools Exchange
www.communityschools.org
Community Schools Exchange, an online newsletter sponsored by The Coalition for Community Schools, provides community school news, research, and conference information.

Connection
www.dvaeyc.org/members/join-renew
Connectiona bi-monthly newsletter, is one of Delware Valley Association for the Education of Young Children's oldest member benefits. Click the link to register as a member of the association.

Delaware Valley Science Fairs, Inc. 
Contact: Barbara Lorenzon at lorns4@aol.com
www.drexel.edu/dvsf/index.htm

The DVSF newsletter provides information related to science fairs for youth and other STEM resources tailored towards science educators.

DHS (Department of Human Services) Announcement List
Contact: DHSPrevention@phila.gov
DHS (Department of Human Services) Announcement List, sponsored by DHS, Division of Community-Based Prevention Services (CBPS), provides information on funding opportunities, announcements of new services and events, and other resources primarily available to DHS-funded provider agencies.

EdWeek Update
www.edweek.org
This daily newsletter from aims to help raise the level of awareness and understanding among professionals and the public of important issues in American education.

EE Connections
www.pcee.org/Newsletter/News_1_Main.asp
EE Connections is a monthly publication of the Pennsylvania Center for Environmental Education. The newsletter provides EE news of interest to Pennsylvanians, including items for K-12 formal and informal educators, higher education and announcements of professional development and grant opportunities.

ERS-F 
www.pakeys.org/pages/get.aspx?page=Programs_STARS_ERS
The ERS-F Newsletter of PA Keys provides information for “everything related to the scales.” These scales refer to the Environmental Rating Scales, which are observational assessment tools used to evaluate the quality of early childhood programs. 

Expanded Learning & Afterschool
Contact:info@expandinglearning.org
www.expandinglearning.org/sign_up.html
The Expanded Learning and Afterschool newsletter connects you with research, resources, and best practices for building affordable and sustainable approaches to expanding learning in your community.Sign up and join the growing community of people committed to ensuring all children have access to afterschool and expanded learning opportunities they need to succeed. 

Finance Project
Contact: nharris@financeproject.org 
www.financeproject.org
Updates on publications, reports, and resources are sent periodically by The Finance Project. Sign up to receive their newsletters:Children and Family ServicesEconomic Success for Children and Families, and Financing Professional Development in Education.

Forum Flash 
Contact: forumflash@topica.email-publisher.com
www.forumforyouthinvestment.org
The Forum Flash, sponsored by the Forum for Youth Investment, features new publications, reports, columns and events dedicated to helping communities and the nation make sure all young people are ready by 21 — ready for work, college and life.

Generocity
www.generocity.org/newsletter
Generocity’s newsletter is targeted for leaders of community-based organizations. It shares valuable leadership and organizational resources for social good leaders in the Greater Philadelphia area, as well as highlights volunteer opportunities, events, and funding opportunities.

GuideStar 
Contact: newsletter@guidestar.org
www.guidestar.org 
GuideStar maintains a national database of nonprofit organization which provides resources for those interested or involved in the world of philanthropy.

Harvard Family Research Project 
Contact: hfrp_pubs@gse.harvard.eduhfrp
www.gse.harvard.edu/hfrp
Harvard Family Research Project E-News addresses current issues facing program evaluators of all levels, with articles written by the most prominent evaluators in the field.

ISEN-ASTC-L
Contact: listserv@COMMUNITY.LSOFT.COM
www.astc.org/profdev/listserv.htm
ISEN-ASTC-L is a service of the Association of Science-Technology Centers Incorporated, a worldwide network of science museums and related institutions. This e-mail discussion list links more than 1,200 informal science professionals from around the world.

Journal of Youth Development
Contact: Patricia.dawson@oregonstate.edu
http://nae4a.memberclicks.net/journal-of-youth-development 
The Journal of Youth Development: Bridging Research and Practice is published two times each year.  This journal, sponsored by the National Association of Extension 4-H Agents (NAE4HA), is multidisciplinary, applied, and focused to the development of school-aged youth through the transition to adulthood (ages 6-22).

Lakeside Connect
Contact: subscribe@lakesideconnect.com
http://lakesideconnect.com/subscribe
Lakeside Connect is the global website of Lakeside Educational Network. Lakeside Connect combines educational and customized therapeutic services in a range of programs. Stay connected and updated with all that’s going on at Lakeside Connect.

LaSalle Nonprofit Center 
www.lasallenonprofitcenter.org/contact/email-newsletter-signup
From expert consulting to on-site group training, the goal of the LaSalle Nonprofit Center is to strengthen the capacity of nonprofit organizations in the Greater Philadelphia, South Jersey, Northern Delaware region. Sign up for their email newsletters to receive updates, tips, resources, etc.  

Mazzoni Center 
http://mazzonicenter.org/user/register
The Mazzoni Center seeks to provide quality comprehensive health and wellness services in an LGBT-focused environment, while preserving the dignity and improving the quality of life of the individuals they serve. The Mazzoni Center publishes two newsletters,Mazzoni E-Newsletter and Mazzoni Legal Services Newsletter.

National Afterschool Association (NAA) E-News
Contact: gwarner@naaweb.org
www.naaweb.org/default.asp?contentID=610
NAA publishes an electronic newsletter twice monthly on Wednesdays.  Inside the e-News, members find useful tips for those in the afterschool market, success stories from other programs, membership and convention news and links to much more.

The National Science Teachers Association (NSTA) 
www.nsta.org/publications/enewsletters.aspx
NSTA is the largest organization in the world committed to promoting excellence and innovation in science teaching and learning for all. NSTA publishes a variety of free newsletters: NSTA Express, Science Class, Book Beat, Scientific Principals, The Leaders Letter, The STEM Classroom, and Encouraging Young Scientists.

National Youth Leadership Council (NYLC)
www.nylc.org/subscribe
NYLC offers a bi-monthly e-newsletter, The Leader, as their primary source for news related to advancing the field of service-learning, as well as the NYLC News Flash. All subscriptions are free.

Nonprofit Finance Fund (NFF) 
http://nonprofitfinancefund.org/contact-us
By joining NFF’s listserv, you can receive timely, informative, and engaging intelligence about news and information for funders and nonprofits.

Nonprofit Innovation of the Week
Contact: membership@leadertoleader.org
Nonprofit Innovation of the Week, available through the Leader to Leader Institute, recognizes nonprofit innovations, shares short descriptions of the programs, and invites subscribers to visit the sites for complete summaries and contact information.

The Notebook NEWSFLASH 
Contact: flash@thenotebook.org 
www.thenotebook.org/contact/subscribe.htm 
The Notebook NEWSFLASH, produced by and to compliment the Philadelphia Public School Notebook, is a free monthly email bulletin which provides information and commentary about Philadelphia schools.

Partners for Change
Contact: nuala.cabral@temple.edu
www.temple.edu/uccp/newsletters.html
 
Partners for Change, an e-newsletter of the The University Community Collaborative of Philadelphia (UCCP), provides regular updates and special opportunities from UCCP.

PASE Bulletin
Contactbulletin@pasesetter.org
www.pasesetter.com/publicationResources/bulletin.html
PASE Bulletin is full of information designed to be useful for practitioners serving in afterschool programs.

PCF Newsletter 
www.philly-connect.com/content/view/89/179/
The Philadelphia Children's Foundation releases a monthly e-newsletter that covers a wide range of topics affecting Philadelphia's children, youth, and families.

Pennsylvania School-Age Child Care Alliance (PENN SACCA)
www.pennsacca.net/newsletter.html
The PENNSACCA Newsletter, a membership benefit of the Pennsylvania School-Age Child Care Alliance, details events and resources related to afterschool programming.

People’s Emergency Center (PEC) Perspective 
Contact: policy@pec-cares.org
www.pec-cares.org 
PEC Perspective, sponsored by the People’s Emergency Center, is designed to keep Philadelphia residents in the loop - a timely and concise bulletin about policy issues and events that affect our community.

Philadelphia Higher Education Network for Neighborhood Development (PHENND) Update 
Contact: hillarya@pobox.upenn.edu
www.phennd.org/index.php/forums
PHENND Update, sponsored by the Philadelphia Higher Education Network for Neighborhood Development (PHENND), compiles resources for developing mutually beneficial, sustained, and democratic community-based service learning partnerships.

Project My Time
www.projectmytime.org
Project My Time Quarterly eNewsletter features news, highlights and recent research concerning Project My Time's initiative to bring together schools, parents, city agencies and other service providers to increase access to and quality of afterschool programs in Washington, DC.

Promising Practices in Afterschool (PPAS) 
www.afterschool.org/listserv
The PPAS Listserv is a daily-moderated opportunity for you to communicate with your peers, ask questions and share resources.

Public Health Directions
www.phmc.org/site/index.php?option=com_content&view=article&id=5&Itemid=718
Public Health Directions is an online newsletter publication of Public Health Management Corporation (PHMC) which provides information on issues related to public health

ReSources, An Initiative of Fairmount Ventures Inc.
http://fairmountinc.com/
Fairmount Ventures, Inc. 
Fairmount Ventures, Inc. started the ReSources website to provide insightful, timely ideas to people committed to changing the world through a more effective nonprofit sector. To sign up for ReSources, please click here: http://fairmountinc.us3.list-manage.com/subscribe?u=2ee3b515b0d8ec6d7ef3f0447&id=0d0c8b2669

Reading Rockets 
www.readingrockets.org/newsletters
Sign up to receive news and information about reading, writing, learning disabilities, children's books and authors, and national education issues. All Reading Rockets publications are available at no cost.

Ready by 21 
www.readyby21.org/news/newsletters
Ready News gives you the latest news, resources, and opportunities from the Forum for Youth Investment and from partners carrying out Ready by 21 strategies. Ready Thoughts provides commentary from Ready by 21 leaders on the latest news and research about youth and youth work.

SAC-L
Contact: SAC-L@LISTSERV.UIUC.EDU , ecap.crc.uiuc.edu 
ecap.crc.uiuc.edu/listserv/sac-l.html
SAC-L is a discussion list for anybody interested in school-age care planning, resources, activities, funding, staff and staff development, and related subjects.

School-Age NOTES: Resources for AfterSchool Professionals
www.extendednotes.com/publications/
This monthly newsletter features a calendar with thirty days of activity ideas as well as articles addressing the “hot topics” facing both administrators and staff members. 

SEDL Monthly e-bulletin and SEDL Letter
www.sedl.org/bulletins
www.sedl.org/pubs/magazine
SEDL Monthly e-bulletin, a publication of SEDL (formerly Southwest Educational Development Library), has the latest information about their newest resources, projects, services, and research. Also, SEDL Letter was SEDL's institutional magazine from 1995 through 2010 that covered issues of teaching, learning, and policy as they affect K-12 education.    

The Service-Learning Listserv
Contact: join-k12-sl@lists.etr.org
www.servicelearning.org/what_is_service-learning/lists_news/index.php#ls
The Service-Learning Listserv (K12-SL), is for the Learn and Serve America community for discussion and information sharing related to high quality service-learning and national service.

SparkUpdate
http://sparkaction.org/newsletter/update
SparkUpdate, a publication of Spark Action, sifts through an enormous amount of information to bring together and make sense of highlights across a range of issues you care about.

Sports Doing Good

http://sportsdoinggood.com

SDG offers a weekly newsletter with articles, websites, video, and other sources that showcase the good in sports and its relation to social responsibility.

Take Ten 
www.psaydn.org/index.php
The Take Ten Newsletter urges you to take 10 minutes a month to update yourself with what’s going on in the Pennsylvania Statewide Afterschool Youth Development Network (PSAYDN) and the afterschool/youth development field.

Teaching Tolerance
www.tolerance.org/newsletter/signup
This weekly newsletter from Teaching Tolerance is for educators interested in anti-bias issues and related classroom materials.

TEAtimes
www.alliance.brown.edu/sub_teatimes.php
TEAtimes, the newsletter of The Education Alliance at Brown University, includes notices of upcoming web briefings, trainings and conferences, new research or resources related to education reform, and a range of information of interest related to district and school improvement.

Tutor/Mentor Connection News
Contact: tutormentor2@earthlink.net
www.tutormentorconnection.org
Tutor/Mentor Connection News, produced by T/MC, discusses how leaders, volunteers and donors provide on-going support for more and better volunteer-based tutoring and/or mentoring programs in underserved communities.

What Matters – United Way
Contact: whatmatters@uwgpsnj.org 
http://unitedforimpact.org/
What Matters, sponsored by the United Way of Greater Philadelphia and Southern New Jersey (UWGPSNJ), highlights important happenings -- new programs, events, and opportunities -- that help residents of southeastern Pennsylvania improve their quality of life.

What’s New at the Family Involvement Network of Educators (FINE)
Contact: fine@gse.harvard.edu
www.finenetwork.org
What’s New at FINE (Family Involvement Network of Educators), sponsored by the Harvard family Research Project (HFRP), represents a national network of over 3,000 people interested in promoting strong partnerships between children's educators, their families, and their communities.

Whole Child
Contact: wholechild@ascd.org
www.wholechildeducation.org/what-works/newsletter
ASCD's monthly e-mail newsletter will help you stay up to date on policies and practices, data, strategies, tools, and important actions to help ensure that each child is healthy, safe, engaged, supported, and challenged.

Youth, Education, and Families Institute 
Contact: meade@nlc.org
www.nlc.org/IYEF/yefpublications.aspx
This monthly newsletter of the National League of Cities’ Institute for Youth, Education, and Families (YEF Institute) highlights new publications and tools, invitations to the Institute’s monthly audioconference series, and news about the Institute’s technical assistance initiatives and peer networking opportunities. 

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