If educators around the world want to address the learning crisis most effectively, they must help learners beyond the school walls. This is the central conclusion from a longitudinal randomized control trial of Save the Children's Literacy Boost program, conducted by a team of researchers from Stanford University. The RCT assigned students to one of three groups: (1) a group assigned to the full Literacy Boost intervention, which includes supports to improve reading pedagogy in the classroom and supports for families and communities to encourage learning outside school, (2) a group that received supports to improve teacher reading pedagogy, and (3) a "business as usual" control group. This webinar begins by briefly outlining the Literacy Boost program. It goes on to describe the motivation and methods for the two-year longitudinal study and summarize its findings. It concludes by arguing that educators and others seeking to address the learning crisis must support learning throughout a child's day, week, month, and year rather than just the 15 percent of the time children are in classrooms.