How to Start an Out-of-School Time Program
There are over 4,400 publicly funded expanded learning programs throughout the state of California that serve nearly 430,000 children and youth.
In addition, there are thousands of privately run expanded learning programs throughout the state. The California AfterSchool Network’s mission is to provide Expanded Learning program practitioners, advocates, and community members with the resources and tools necessary to build high-quality Expanded Learning programs in California. This short guide (below) is intended to be a brief overview of public and private out-of-school time opportunities in California.
or Federally Funded Expanded Learning Programs in
Includes after school, summer, and year-round programs such as:
- Afterschool Safety and Education and Safety (ASES)
- 21st Century Community Learning Centers (21st CCLC)
- After School Safety and Enrichment for Teens (ASSETs)
- Expanded Learning Opportunities Program (ELO-P)
Out-of-School Time Opportunities in California
Includes community based organizations, family run, private organizations, etc.