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CDE Region 3 After School Extended Learning and Development

Technical Assistance: Region 3 Advisory Committee


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Advisory Committee

After School Advisory Committee

The Sacramento County Office of Education (SCOE) has formed a Region 3 Advisory Committee based on the philosophy that programs in the region are best served when multiple perspectives are included.

The advisory committee has representatives from small, medium and large programs as well as from urban, suburban and rural areas of the region. It includes representatives from school districts, county offices of education, and community-based organizations. Most committee members represent programs operating After School Education & Safety (ASES) and/or 21st Century Community Learning Centers (CCLC) programs.

Advisory committee members identified the following goals to guide their work:

Support coordination and alignment of technical assistance delivered to grantees in the region

  • Identify challenges common to programs in Region 3 and develop strategies to address them;
  • Act as a think tank: Be strategically placed through regular meetings with CDE representatives and other key stakeholders.

Leverage and share resources and strategies for promoting quality throughout the region to build programs' capacity to serve as a resource to increase student achievement

  • Identify/develop a consistent message regarding program quality;
  • Identify how best to disseminate best practices (e.g. website, regional trainings);
  • Inform types, topics, and approaches of TA used in the region.

Promote visibility and share the impact of after school programs in the region

  • Develop marketing messages (including tools and strategies) for after school programs to use with their community;
  • Create a campaign that identifies: Who we are, What we do, and How we tie to school, district, and state goals for students;
  • Celebrate the successes of programs while highlighting the impact on students.