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External organizations fill demand for extracurricular learning

School budgets are tight. Once all the mandatory costs are considered, many schools find little extra to sponsor after-school activities or go beyond a narrow curriculum designed, in some subjects, to help students pass standardized tests.

Part of the changing model of K-12 education includes a reliance on external partners to expand opportunities for students beyond the school day, filling some of the gaps this type of education creates.

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