ELO Program Resources
This section of our website offers key resources to support the implementation of the Expanded Learning Opportunities Program.
- CDE ELO-P Webpage - access key info including FAQ’s
- CDE ELO-P Program Plan Guide - produced to assist local educational agencies with planning for the ELO-P. All LEA’s must develop, adopt, and post a Program Plan.
- ELO-P Funding Details including LEA Apportionment amounts
- System of Support for Expanded Learning
Please check back regularly – CAN in partnership with other members of the System of Support for Expanded Learning and members of the Expanded Learning field will continue to add resources throughout the coming year.
The Expanded Learning Opportunities Program (ELO-P) requires the development of a program plan by each Local Educational Agency (LEA) that receives an ELO-P apportionment. The program plan needs to be approved by the LEA’s Governing Board in a public meeting and posted on the LEA’s website.
The California Department of Education Expanded Learning Division (EXLD) has created a Program Plan Guide* to support LEAs to create their own Program Plans.
To provide high-quality Expanded Learning programs a high-quality workforce is essential. This section provides resources to support the recruitment and retention of high-quality staff
ELO-P Staffing Requirements
Staffing requirements for the Expanded Learning Opportunities Program (ELO-P) match those of the After School Education and Safety Program (ASES) except for the TK/K staffing ratio. A summary of the ELO-P staffing requirements: