The 21st CCLC Program is a competitive federal grant for Local Education Agencies (LEAs) and Community or Faith-Based Organizations (CFBOs) to serve students and their families attending schools with poverty levels of 40 percent or higher outside of regular school hours.
Authorized under Title IV, Part B, of the Elementary and Secondary Education Act, the program’s specific purposes are to:
Currently, Utah has over thirty 21st Century Community Learning Center grants, serving over 100 individual school or community sites and over 25,000 students statewide.
Desktop Monitoring Instrument (DMI) Tracker
Utah State Office of Education
This report includes information from two studies of afterschool program quality in Utah, based on Senate Bill (S.B.) 125, 2017 General Session, focusing on current afterschool program quality improvement practices and recommendations for future quality improvement efforts. S.B. 125 required the Utah State board of Education to establish rules for high quality afterschool program standards.
This report include an evaluation of the 21st Century Community Learning Center (CCLC) program sites. The dual purposes of the evaluation were to examine current 21st CCLC program offersing and identify 21st CCLC sites with exemplary and innovative program practices.