Partner Organizations

The Expanded Learning 360°/365 Project partners dedicated to promoting the development of critical skills beyond academics that research has identified as essential to young people’s success in school, work, and life. Below are our partners.

 

ASAP Connect

ASAPconnect links out-of-school-time programs and assistance providers so they can partner more effectively, expand capabilities, improve program quality, and make informed choices. Visit ASAP Connect


 

 

California School-Age Consortium

Since 1982, the California School-Age Consortium has worked to support and advance professionals and organizations in providing quality and affordable out-of-school time programs. We accomplish our mission by fostering professional connections, enhancing the competency of professionals in the field and building a community of leaders. Visit CALSAC


 

 

Partnership for Children and Youth

Partnership for Children and Youth works to ignite systems of collaboration, leadership and continuous learning among school districts, government agencies and community-based organizations serving low-income children and youth.”]Partnership for Children and Youth works to ignite systems of collaboration, leadership and continuous learning among school districts, government agencies and community-based organizations serving low-income children and youth.”]Partnership for Children and Youth works to ignite systems of collaboration, leadership and continuous learning among school districts, government agencies and community-based organizations serving low-income children and youth. Visit The Partnership for Children & Youth


 

 

Temescal Associates

Temescal Associates is dedicated to building the capacity of leaders and organizations in education and youth development who are serious about improving the lives of young people. To accomplish this, Temescal Associates draws on a pool of gifted and highly experienced consultants who excel at eliciting the internal knowledge and wisdom of those they work with while introducing new knowledge and strategies that can transform the day-to-day practices that lead to improved youth outcomes. Visit Temescal Associates


 

 

Learning in Afterschool & Summer

The Learning in Afterschool & Summer Project (LIAS) is an effort by afterschool advocates and leaders to unify the field of afterschool and focus the movement on promoting young people’s learning. This means offering opportunities not found at home or in school and applying our most recent knowledge on learning to our afterschool practices. Visit Learning in Afterschool & Summer