OST Advocates Descend on Capitol Hill

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OST at Capitol Hill

Wes Bruer

Donovan Hernandez, along with representatives of the Hope Street Foundation, meets with the staff of Rep. Mike Honda to discuss the importance of after-school programs.

WASHINGTON — Surging demand for out-of-school programs far exceeds supply and advocates are asking lawmakers to boost the budget this fall. The annual lobbying day, organized by the Afterschool Alliance, a Washington-based nonprofit, brought more than 250 OST advocates from 46 states to the nation’s capital . . .

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