AAV of CA Publicly Funded After School Programs
This page is the Accessible Alternative Version (AAV) of the California Publicly Funded After School Programs Funding History chart posted on the June 2014 Information Memoranda of the California State Board of Education Web site. The original California Publicly Funded After School Programs Funding History (PDF) is considered to be the official version of the document.
Attachment 1 is a visual timeline of the funding history for California’s publicly funded After School Programs. The graphic is organized by federal- and state-funded programs.
Federal Funding: 21st Century Community Learning Centers (21st CCLC) Program
- In 1994, the 21st CCLC program was launched. The first grants were awarded in 1995.
- In 2002, block grants were awarded to states. The No Child Left Behind Act reauthorized 21st CCLC, transferring administration of the grants to state control.
- As of 2014, the current funding allocation for 21st CCLC programs is $122,135,443.
California State Funding: After School Education and Safety (ASES) Program
- In 1997, Senate Bill 1756 was passed, and the first allocation of state funding school based After School Programs ($50 million) was made.
- In 2001, $1216.6 million was allocated to ASES programs.
- In 2002, Proposition 49 was passed.
- In 2006, Proposition 49 was triggered when California reached $1.5 billion more in state spending than the highest spending year between 2000 and 2004. The allocation for ASES programs increased to $550 million.
- As of 2014, the current funding allocation for ASES programs is $550 million.