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The Time to Succeed Coalition is a broad and diverse coalition working to ensure that all children in our nation’s high-poverty communities have more and better learning time in school to prepare them for success.

Even though we may not agree on everything, we all believe in the tremendous impact expanded learning time can have on teaching and learning. The mission of the coalition is simple: to inspire and motivate communities across the country to add more learning time as part of a redesigned school day and year, enabling children everywhere to get the education they need to succeed.

Join Our Cause

By signing on, you’ll be joining the growing movement to ensure that all children in our nation’s high-poverty communities have more and better learning time in school to prepare them for success.

Joining this movement are voices from across the country, including teachers and administrators, CEOs and community organizers, academics and policy leaders, parents and civic officials. become
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Our newest supporters include: Salvatore Presutti, Businessperson; Denise Miceli, School leader; Ramon Gonzalez, education activist; Abbie Harville, Student; Regina McNerney; Jim Lamb; Deanna B, Student; James Maciejewski; Pauline Wasserman, Staff at Brown University; Patricia Pell, Parent; Elizabeth Gullen; Susan Klement, Partner; Eric Leslie, Founder/Lead Organizer; Denise Thompson; Tim Kuzelka, Former Attorney; Reed Wildman, Veteran; Jennifer Thomas, Parent; Terrence Jones, Youth Mentoring Advocate; Deena Pierott, Private School Founder; Edgar Schofield, retired manager; Chelsea Murphy, Communications & Digital Media Associate; Michael Watenpaugh, School Leader; Lisa Annis; Joy Griffin; Michael Selkis, New York State Director for the NCTL; Nicole Moss, Charter school special education administrator; Deborah McNeil, Parent and Student; Kids Like Moses Advocacy, Advocate; Jennifer Gray, Parent; Sara Mammarella, Full Time JD/PhD student.