Expanded Learning in CA


State or Federally Funded Expanded Learning Programs

Expanded Learning is a term used for California programs that are funded by the state and federal government. These programs operate in title one schools (schools that have 40% or more of the schools population on free or reduced lunch) and have a minimum number of hours they must operate depending on the type of program (before school, after school, summer, intersession, etc.). These programs are exempt from the Title V regulations by statute. There are three types of publicly funded expanded learning programs: 


2019 Real Time Attendance Trackers Now Available!

2019 Real Time Tracker

2019 Real Time Attendance Trackers developed by ASAPConnect is a fantastic, easy to use tool to help track attendance for ASES and 21st CCLC Grantees. The Real Time Attendance Tracker is a tool that helps Expanded Learning site level staff members assess their attendance in real time.  While there are many tools that measure quarterly, monthly and even weekly attendance, this easy-to-use tool can help a site level staff person answer, “What is my attendance today at my site?” By having this current data, site level staff are more easily able to