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Expanded Learning Time and Opportunities. New Directions for Youth Development, Number 131

Expanding the learning day is gaining national momentum as an important school-improvement and whole-child development strategy. This issue focuses on school-community partnerships that provide a seamless, longer learning day that best meets the academic (Expanded Learning Time or ELT) and developmental (Expanded Learning Opportunities or ELO) needs of high-poverty students in resource-poor communities. First it draws attention to the importance of ELOs and offers contours of the ELT-ELO partnerships through research evidence and policy analysis. It then covers both in practice and features a spectrum of ELT-ELO partnerships, from less to more integrated models. The issue pays close attention to: The central role ELOs play in ELT schools The changing safeguards for community-based organizations Ways in which current education policy is shaping the approach of schools and community partners to learning and development. This is the 131st volume of New Directions for Youth Development, the Jossey-Bass quarterly report series dedicated to bringing together everyone concerned with helping young people, including scholars, practitioners, and people from different disciplines and professions.

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ISBN: 9781118184806

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Malone


Malone is a family name. From the Irish "Mael Eòin", the name means a servant or a disciple of Saint John.[1]

People with the surname

Fictional characters

  • Andrew Malone, a character in the song, "Riding With Private Malone" by David Ball. [2]
  • Bugsy Malone, a character in a popular film of the same name
  • Maggie Malone Seaver, a working (news reporter) mom in the television series Growing Pains (1985-1992), played by Joanna Kerns.
  • Detective Malone, the alias of Martin Lawrence in the film "Blue Streak" (1999)
  • Special Agent Jack Malone, portrayed by Anthony LaPaglia in the television program Without a Trace
  • Jim Malone, the alias of Sean Connery in the film "The Untouchables" (1987)
  • Kevin Malone, one of the three accountants at Dunder Mifflin on the TV Show "The Office"
  • Richard Malone, a former CIA agent, and the main character in the 1987 film Malone, played by Burt Reynolds
  • Rubi Malone, heroine of the video game "WET"
  • Scobie Malone, a character in 20 novels by Jon Cleary, one of which was made into the film Scobie Malone (1975), starring Jack Thompson
  • Sam Malone, a character on the sitcom Cheers
  • Stella Malone, a character in JONAS, played by Chelsea Staub
  • Young Doctor Malone * radio and TV soap opera

References

  1. ^ Harrison, Henry (1969). Surnames of the United Kingdom: A Concise Etymological Dictionary. 2. Genealogical Publishing Company. p. 11. 
  2. ^ http://www.cowboylyrics.com/lyrics/ball-david/riding-with-private-malone-4414.html

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