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21st CCLC ASSETs RFA Scoring Process

Scoring process for the 2012-13, 21st CCLC ASSETs RFA.

ASSETs Scoring Process

Applications will be reviewed and scored by a team of professionals representing the community associated with after school programs. All representatives will receive intensive training and then review and score applications at the 21st Century Community Learning Center Readers’ Conference. Readers will rate each application on its own merits against standardized scoring criteria defined in the rubric found in the Requests for Applications package. Each section will be scored and weighted according to the table below. All of the sections will then be added to determine the Core Application Narrative (CAN) score.

Each CAN has a maximum score of 100 points, as follows: (Priority points, if applicable, will be added to the CAN)


Rubric Sections Points
A. Community Needs Assessment 10
B. Program Elements 25
C. Collaboration 15
D. Youth Involvement and Leadership 10
E. Program Administration 20
F. Sustainability 5
G. Evaluation 5
H. Per Student Cost 10
Total 100

Note: Section H. Per Student Cost – All applications with $10 or less average cost per student per day will receive the maximum score of 10 points. Applications with more than $10 average cost per student per day will receive up to 10 points, depending upon the quality of the narrative.

Questions:   After School Division | | 916-319-0923
Last Reviewed: Thursday, June 26, 2014

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