Parents often find their choices narrow quickly when they are looking for an after-school program built to serve children with learning differences.
As an individual and within organizations, what matters most is not only integrity itself, but what you have integrity to do, Patti Radle said.
For the children whose lives are changed through the services of the YMCA, Big Brothers Big Sisters, and the many other out-of-school-time agencies in San Antonio, there is no question as to the value of these services.
Those listening to education reform conversations know that students walk into school with burdens and deficits far outside the scope of traditional instruction. For some of them, high-quality out-of-school time (OST) programs are a vital source of academic, emotional, and social support.