2011 Annual Report | Picturing success: the transformative power of afterschool

December 1, 2012

The Mott Foundation’s 2011 Annual Report takes an in-depth look at our commitment to increasing the quality and availability of afterschool programming, including our long-standing partnership with the federal government on the 21st Century Community Learning Centers (21st CCLC) initiative. The publication includes a narrative section that showcases five afterschool programs in communities across the country, and a message from President and CEO William S. White, in which he points out that the time spent before and afterschool can form an important “foundation for learning” for many students. White also expresses concern that federal funding for afterschool programs could end up on the chopping block, given worries over how to cut national spending.

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