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Expectant & Parenting Students

The California School Age Families Education Program, also known as Cal-SAFE, is a school-based program for expectant and parenting students and their children. The program provides academic and support services to help students to stay in school.

Child care and developmental services for their children are included. Most programs are linked to the local community and its resources.

The California Department of Education helps to support and manage Cal-SAFE in California.

  • For more information about Cal-SAFE programs in your area, contact your local school district.
  • The Cal-SAFE - CalEdFacts page provides a more detailed overview of school-age families education programs.
  • The links and information below were developed for educators and others who are directly involved with Cal-SAFE.

Program Overview
Program description of the Cal-SAFE Program.

California School-Age Families Education (Cal-SAFE) - CalEdFacts
This content is part of the California Department of Education's information and media guide about education in the state of California. For similar information on other topics, visit the full CalEdFacts.

Evaluation
These Reports to the Legislature provide information on the program evaluation as well as students and children served in the program.

2010 Cal-SAFE Report to the Legislature (DOC)

2005 Cal-SAFE Report to the Legislature | 2005 Cal-SAFE Report to the Legislature (DOC)

Funding and Fiscal Management

Apportionment schedules/letters, forms, fiscal guidelines, and resources for Cal-SAFE Programs.

Program Management Tools
Resources and forms for Cal-SAFE Programs.

Resources

Resources for programs working with expectant and parenting students and their children.

Questions:   Early Education and Support Division | 916-322-6233
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