After School Policy

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After School Policy
In this section

  • Access a database of publicly funded after school programs
  • Stay current on state and federal legislative and budget information
  • Find research and resources to advocate for after school in CA

A great way to stay informed about after school policy is to join the policy committee which provides timely, objective updates on state and federal budgets and policies impacting after school programs.  

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Legislative Analyst Releases Cal Facts 2018  

With a state as big and complex as California, the Legislative Analyst Office has published CAL Facts 2018 as a visual guide to assist with showcasing information about the state regarding topics such as public health, state/county finances, housing, and population. This edition includes twelve pages of California facts on our state’s education including national rankings, demographics, and other essential information on K-12 and higher education throughout Ca

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CA3: California Afterschool Advocacy Alliance
September Resource of the Month

CA3 is a partnership of various programs that have demonstrated excellence and promoted high-quality education. The alliance of organizations works to maintain after school programs as a top priority in state and federal legislation. By actively representing the expanded learning field in the capitol, CA3’s mission is to ensure that after school programs in California are accessible to communities and receive adequate funding to enhance the quality of programs.