Using No Child Left Behind Funds for Afterschool programs
Posted by on December 16, 2005
The Finance Project and the Council of Chief State School Officers are pleased to announce the publication of Using NCLB Funds to Support Extended Learning Time: Opportunities for Afterschool Programs. This new strategy brief describes how six major funding streams included in the No Child Left Behind Act (NCLB) can support extended learning opportunities. The brief provides important context for those seeking to access these funding streams, and includes a discussion of strategies, considerations and tips for accessing each source. This publication is the product of a collaborative effort between the Council of Chief State School Officers and the Finance Project and was made possible through the generous support of the Charles Stewart Mott Foundation.
It is available online at: http://www.ccsso.org/content/PDFs/UsingNCLBFunds.pdf
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