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Lucy N. Friedman

President

TASC Inc

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TASC Inc

700 S. Clinton St.

Chicago, Illinois,60607

United States

Company Description

Treatment Assessment Screening Center (TASC) is a private, non-profit, 501(c)(3) corporation headquartered in Phoenix, Arizona. We are licensed by the Arizona Department of Health Services as an outpatient behavioral health clinic, domestic violence offender t...more

Background Information

Employment History

President

ExpandED Schools


Affiliations

Safe Horizon Inc

Founder and Executive Director


LEDA

Board Member


The New York State Health Foundation

Board Member


National Advisory Group for the Learning

Member


ClassWish Inc

Board of Advisors Member


Youth Quest

Advisory Board Member


Educational Equity Center

Advisory Committee Member


Center for Talent Innovation

Board Member


National Parenting Association

Board Member


The Coalition for Science After School

Member


Education

B.A.

Bryn Mawr College


PhD

social psychology

Columbia University


Web References(190 Total References)


Afterschool Alliance

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Dr. Lucy Friedman
President, The After-School Corporation Lucy N. Friedman is president of The After-School Corporation (TASC), a New York City-based nonprofit established in 1998 to ensure that all children have access to high quality learning opportunities through increasing and improving school-based after-school, summer and expanded learning initiatives. TASC led the efforts to build New York's citywide afterschool system. Prior to TASC, Lucy founded and directed Victim Services (now Safe Horizon), the nation's leading crime victim assistance and advocacy organization.


NTAC_Awardees

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Lucy Friedman, The After School Corporation (2004 Award).
Ms. Friedman is President of The After-School Corporation (TASC), a not-for-profit organization established in 1998 to enhance the quality and availability of in-school after-school programs. Initiated by George Soros' Open Society Institute, TASC supports more than 220 after-school programs, 165 in New York City. Dr. Friedman was, previously, Executive Director of Victim Services, the largest victim services and advocacy organization in the country. She has additionally served on several advisory commissions and boards including the National Academy of Sciences.


Swords Drawn Over Funding for Expanded Learning - After School Network

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According to Lucy Friedman, the president of The After-School Corp., or TASC, a New York City-based organization that advises both after-school and expanded-learning-time programs, the expectations for both types are continuing to evolve, focusing on meeting the needs of the "whole child" through a blend of academics and enrichment.
"[These programs] are not just baby-sitting or remediation or throwing a basketball around-and they shouldn't be," Ms. Friedman said. "Everyone is looking for the magic bullet in education reform, but there is not just one way to do this," she added.


Can After-School Programs Help Level the Playing Field for Disadvantaged Youth? | Teachers College Columbia University

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Lucy Friedman, President, The After School Corporation
Moderator:


Out-of-School Time Resource Center (OSTRC) University of Pennsylvania

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In this May 2009 essay published in New York Nonprofit Press, The After School Corporation (TASC) President Lucy N. Friedman describes how a pilot initiative to expand learning time by 30 percent in 10 New York City schools is showing the way toward a seamless learning day that increases academic time, but also brings rigor and structure to enrichments such as arts and hands-on science.


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