The Impact of Expanded Learning in California
News & Events
We are committed to providing you with the resources and tools necessary to build high quality out-of-school time programs in California. Keep up to date with all the latest news and events.
You Matter, We Matter. Every Day Matters in Expanded Learning
Attention after school/expanded learning program educators, staff and teachers who work with Before/ After School and Summer Programs! Register to attend the Northern Region 1 Expanded Learning Conference today. Details outlined in the informational flyer attached.
The state budget signed by Governor Newsom includes $50 million
in additional funding for state after school
programs because of YOU. Thank you for raising your voice to
help children succeed in school and support working parents who
depend on publicly funded after school programs for quality child
The funding in the budget provides temporary relief to keep after school programs open this year, but it falls short of what programs need to provide high-quality service in future years.
Last week the White House, Senate leadership, and House leadership announced that they had come to an agreement to increase spending caps for FY2020 and FY2021. The spending deal paves the way for the Senate to join the House in passing their FY2020 appropriations bills with the new fiscal year scheduled to begin October 1, 2019.
Webinar – Partnering with Expanded Learning to Reduce Chronic Absenteeism
Thursday, August 22, 2019; 10:00 AM
This webinar, hosted by the California AfterSchool Network and Attendance Works, will look at how high quality Expanded Learning programs (before and after school, summer, and intersession learning experiences) help reduce chronic absenteeism.
The California Department of Education’s Expanded Learning Division (CDE-EXLD), in partnership with the System of Support for Expanded Learning (SSEL), and the California AfterSchool Network (CAN), would like to invite all Expanded Learning and K-12 stakeholders to attend the 2019 Expanded Learning Summits.
The Summits welcome After School Education and Safety (ASES) and 21st Century Community Learning Centers (21st CCLC) program grantee staff, stakeholders, partners, and all K-12 administrators, leaders and representatives to attend for an informative and uplifting day.