CDE Orientation for Grantees - August 24, 20170 - CDE Grantee Orientation Resource Overview
1 - About Expanded Learning in California Summary
A - State of the State of Expanded Learning in CA 2016-17-Part 1
A - State of the State of Expanded Learning in CA 2016-17-Part 2
A - State of the State of Expanded Learning in CA 2016-17-Part 3
B - About After School Education & Safety Program
C - About 21st Century Community Learning Centers
D - ASES Frequently Asked Questions
E - 21st CCLC Frequently Asked Questions
F - ASSETs Frequently Asked Questions
1 - System of Support for Expanded Learning Summary
1 - Policy Guidance Summary
A - Before and After School Federal Program Monitoring Instrument
B - ASES 21st CCLC Annual Outcome Based Data
C - ASSETs Annual Outcome Based Data
1 - Quality Standards and Continuous Quality Improvement Summary
A - Quality Standards for Expanded Learning in CA
B - Crosswalk Between Quality Standards and Program Assessment Tools
C - Instructions for Completing a Quality Improvement Program Plan
D - Quality Improvement Plan Template
1 - Summer Learning Summary
A - You for Youth Overview
B - Summer Learning Infographic
C - Summer Learning Programs Address Achievement Gap
1 - Nutrition Programs, Physical Acitivity, and Supporting Resources Summary
A - Comparison of Federally Reimbursable Snack and Meal Programs
B - At-Risk After School Meal Program
C - Snack and Meal Standards
D - At-Risk Afterschool Meal Handbook
E - California After School Physical Activity Guidelines
1 - ASSETs Program Resources Summary
2 - High School After School Quality Self Assessment Rubric - QSAR - Part 1
2 - High School After School Quality Self Assessment Rubric - QSAR - Part 2
2 - High School After School Quality Self Assessment Rubric - QSAR - Part 3
3 - Campiagn for Quality Promising Practices from California High School After School Programs
4 - Credit Recovery Solutions Offered in After School Programs - Part 1
4 - Credit Recovery Solutions Offered in After School Programs - Part 2
4 - Credit Recovery Solutions Offered in After School Programs - Part 3
5 - Developing Youth-Led Activities - Part 1
5 - Developing Youth-Led Activities - Part 2
5 - Developing Youth-Led Activities - Part 3
6 - High School After School Program Start-Up - Part 1
6 - High School After School Program Start-Up - Part 2
6 - High School After School Program Start-Up - Part 3
1 - Attendance Calculator Summary
A - 2017 Elementary Attendance Tracker
B - 2017 MS Elementary Attendance Tracker
C - 2017 HS Attendance Tracker
Matching Funds Calculator: March 2016
Attached is a spreadsheet that can be used for documenting in-kind funds in preparation for an FPM.
NSLA Summer Quality Standards
- Summer Learning Loss Data - Lasting Consequences of the Summer Learning Gap (This is the research from which many of the references in other materials are drawn.)
- Program Effectiveness
- Summer Matters: How Summer Learning Strengthens Students’ Success
- Putting Summer to Work – 3 reports on summer learning and Common Core implementation, social-emotional learning and teacher/staff development
Summer Matters Evaluation-How Summer Learning Strengthens Students' Success
Summer Matters-Social Emotional
Summer Matters-Common Core
Summer Matters-Teacher Staff
Quick CASP: 4. Quality Improvement Plan Instructional Video
This short video discusses developing your Quality Improvement Plan — the final part of the Quick CASP process. During this phase, you’ll be drawing on your findings from both the Planning & Management Assessment and the Observation Assessment phases to identify a short list of impactful improvements you can make to your summer learning program.
Watch this video for suggestions on how to look at your earlier assessments, how to select improvement areas, and how to document your improvement plan. The video ends with a quick refresher on the Quality Improvement Process Cycle.
Quick CASP: 2. Observation Assessment Instructional Video
This short video walks you through the Observation Assessment portion of the Quick CASP. It includes tips on planning your observation period, what to look for during the observations, identifying program strengths, delivering feedback, and documenting areas for improvement. Watch this video as preparation for your Observation Assessment and ensure you have the right framework for reporting and utilizing your observations.
Quick CASP: 3. Planning and Management Assessment Instructional Video
This short video offers guidance on the Planning and Management Assessment portion of the Quick CASP. This part of Quick CASP asks you to look at the infrastructure supporting your program including goals, stakeholder communication, and planning processes.
Watch the video and get a better handle on the Planning & Management Assessment part of Quick CASP. This section deals with many of the unseen, but essential elements of a successful summer learning program.
Quick CASP: 1. Features Instructional Video
The video offers a short introduction to the purpose of the Quick CASP, its parts, and how to use it.
Watch the video and learn how the Quick CASP can benefit your program, and get an early look at the work you’ll be doing.
Quick CASP - A Summer Program Quality Assessment ToolQuick CASP - A Summer Program Quality Assessment Tool
Quick CASP - At-A-Glance Reference GuideQuick CASP - At-A-Glance Reference Guide
Quick CASP - Crosswalk with Quality Standards for Expanded Learning in Calif.Quick CASP - Crosswalk with Quality Standards for Expanded Learning in Calif.
Quick CASP - A Summer Program Quality Assessment Tool - USER'S GUIDEQuick CASP - A Summer Program Quality Assessment Tool - USER'S GUIDE
Students Have Access to New Career Website - July 1, 2012
The new California Career Center Web Portal at www.calcareercenter.org is the state's first central, comprehensive website of career and college resources for middle school and high school students.
Part of his Career Readiness Campaign, state Superintendent of Public Instruction Tom Torlakson said the portal "gives students, parents, and teachers a one-stop shop to help demystify the process of moving from the classroom to careers."
Students can use the free interactive site to build a personalized account that allows them to save critical information, or simply use the left hand navigation bar as a tool to help them through the exploration process.
Aassociation of California School Administrators- 2017-18
ACSA has developed several resources to help protect the educational rights of undocumented students. The resources are intended to provide legal clarity and recommended strategies for ensuring undocumented students have access to a safe and equitable learning environment. Fact sheets, guidance cards, and videos can be found at www.acsa.org/undocumented. The website will continue to be updated. We encourage you to share the materials with your local communities.