Help create lasting systemic change for kids



Nowhere in education is there more inequity than in access to out-of-school time learning.  These inequities do not go away when the school year ends.  

By the time they reach sixth grade, kids from households that are low-income spend 6,000 hours LESS in after-school and summer learning activities than their peers in middle-income households. 

At EDMO, we are committed to creating opportunities for kids and communities that have unequal access to learning programs.

This summer, we are partnering with Oakland Unified School District to run a full-day FREE summer program for 150 students in grades K - 4 that integrates literacy curriculum taught by credentialed teachers with hands-on STEAM and SEL activities led by EDMO instructors.


Program Highlights 

  • Morning care
  • Healthy breakfast, lunch and snack
  • Literacy-focused academics led by credentialed teachers, supported by EDMO staff
  • Morning + afternoon rallies led by EDMO staff and teachers with skits, silly games, gratitude, songs and cheers
  • STEAM and SEL-infused maker activities centered around a weekly theme led by EDMO staff with teachers' support
  • Free play with peers
  • Team building time
  • Recreation games and physical movement activities 

Program Impact 

  • High quality education and enrichment
  • SEL = Social Emotional Learning
    • Recognition of emotions
    • Problem-Solving
    • Navigating challenges
    • Building self awareness and self confidence
  • STEAM Curriculum = Science, Technology, Engineering, Art, Mathematics
    • Critical thinking
    • Real-world applications
    • Teamwork
    • Collaboration
    • Creativity


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