May 23, 2007
9:30 a.m. - 12:00 p.m.
1430 N Street, Room 1101
Purpose of the Advisory Committee
The purpose of the Advisory Committee on Before and After School Programs is to provide information and advice to the State Superintendent of Public Instruction, the Secretary for Education, and the State Board of Education regarding state and federal policy and funding issues affecting before and after school programs, based on regular and systematic input from providers.
- Approval of minutes from March 14, 2007 - Action
- Approval of minutes from April 25, 2007 - Action
- Advisory Committee chair report
- Assembly Bill 1685
- Conflict of Interest training from CDE Legal Counsel
- Student Employment Program for After School Programs
- CDE staff report
- Regional System of Technical Support: roles and responsibilities
- After School Education and Safety (ASES) update
- 21st Century Community Learning Centers (CCLC) update
- Advisory Committee input on questions posed by CDE at April Meeting - Action
- What areas or topics should be considered for future technical assistance projects? Consider short term (one to two years) and longer term (three to five years) planning horizons.
- With the significant increase in after school programs, how can the CDE most effectively increase the reach of the field-based regional support system? How can the CDE ensure that all after school programs have ready access to field-based technical assistance and support?
- Afterschool Network report
- Funding proposal to the David and Lucille Packard Foundation - Action
- Outcomes and Evaluation Subcommittee Report
- Final Recommendations for the Independent Evaluation of Before and After School Programs - Action
- Definition of "after school teacher" - Action
- Workforce Development Subcommittee report
- Collected board approved minimum qualifications for instructional assistants
- Items for next Advisory Committee meeting - Action
- Public comment
* All agenda items will be considered information and discussion items, unless noted otherwise.