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.
Last year at the CA Afterschool & Summer Challenge we delivered buckets of postcards directly to members of the legislature, bringing the voices of over 10,000 children and youth who attend our programs, families who rely on them, and staff who devote their lives to them.
Stand with hundreds of students, families, and afterschool providers to demand adequate support for publicly-funded programs. Help us ensure the Governor and legislature keep children learning and parents working!
Be a part of the solution in preventing substance misuse – join the Afterschool Alliance and the California AfterSchool Network as a Substance Misuse Prevention VISTA!
How Kids Learn is hosting several upcoming forum opportunities to hear from and have an exchange with innovative practitioners and researchers, one including our very own Jeff Davis!
Nationally, more than 46% of U.S. youth — 34 million children under age 18 — have had at least one adverse childhood experience (ACE) which is defined as child abuse, exposure to violence, family alcohol or drug abuse, and/or poverty.
Registration NOW OPEN: 2020 California Site Coordinator Expanded Learning Symposium
February 14-15, 2020 - Fresno CA
California Love is the 3rd Annual Statewide Site Coordinator Expanded Learning Symposium, taking place February 14th– February 15th, 2020, in Fresno CA. Partners throughout the state of California are excited to provide a unique opportunity for Site Coordinators to learn from other Site Coordinators alike, California’s Expanded Learning Professionals will get a unique opportunity to learn from their peers, colleagues and other experts within the Expanded Learning field during an informative two-day event. Come feel and experience the LOVE!
Applications are NOW OPEN for the Leadership Development Institute for Emerging Leaders of Color! CalSAC is currently accepting applications from out-of-school time professionals to join the 2020 Leadership Development Institute (LDI) for Emerging Leaders of Color cohort.