Partners and Related Organizations

Expanded Learning Collaborative: Making the Most of K-12 Out-of-Schooltime Learning

The Expanded Learning Collaborative has the following public institutional partners:

San Francisco:
SF Child Care Planning and Advisory Council (CPAC) 

SF DCYF’s Out of School Time

SFUSD Early Education Department School Age Program 

SFUSD ExCEL Afterschool Program

SF Public Library

SF Recreation and Parks Department

City College of San Francisco’s Youth Worker Certificate Program
City College has started a new certification program for youth workers.

San Francisco State University Child and Adolescent Development Program
SFSU’s Child and Adolescent Development Program (CAD) will soon launch a new track for youth workers.


Statewide Resources:
ASAP Connect
ASAPconnect links after school programs with assistance providers to facilitate effective regional partnerships, expand after school program capabilities, and improve program quality. Check out the SF County listings on the website’s seearchable database.

California After School Network
A statewide network youth workers and programs can join to help connect to the growing afterschool field, access resources, and help shape afterschool policy.

California Department of Education 

The California School-Age Consortium (CalSAC)
CalSAC is a great resource for professional development of afterschool staff.


National Resources:
Afterschool Alliance 

Collaborative for Building Afterschool Systems (CBASS)

Fight Crime: Invest in Kids
A statewide policy group of law enforcement officials who support out of school time programs.

Harvard Family Research Project’s Out-of-School Time (OST) Program Research and Evaluation Database

National Institute on Out of School Time

The Wallace Foundation

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