The Department receives two sources of federal funding for afterschool programs, which are then made available to the local level through a competitive grant process:
- School Age Community (SAC)
- 21st Century Community Learning Centers (21st CCLC) — Title IV, Part B of ESEA
The purposes of and requirements for both these grants vary, but both have common themes of keeping school-age youth safe and engaged while providing additional tutoring and enrichment opportunities. Below is a brief explanation of both grant programs and currently funded programs.
21st Century Community Learning Centers (21st CCLC) grants — Title IV, Part B of ESEA - cohort 12 has been awarded. Please see link below under approved programs.
School Age Community (SAC) grants - cohort 9 were awarded on November 30, 2020, for three years.
|Afterschool Programs||Brief Description||Current Grant Recipients||Past Recipients|
21st Century Community Learning (21st CCLC) — Title IV, Part B
- 100% Federal Funds ($17,958,639)
- CFDA: 84.287c
School Age Community (SAC)
- 100% Federal Funds ($1,199,910)
- CFDA: 93.575