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The California AfterSchool Network (CAN) produced five short webinars around the Quality Standards for Expanded Learning in California. These webinars are intended to give Expanded Learning staff an overview of the Quality Standards for Expanded Learning in California, the Standards in Action and the Crosswalk, and how these can be utilized in a process of Continuous Quality Improvement (CQI).
PDF Resouce: Quality Standards for Expanded Learning in California
PDF Resource: A Crosswalk between the Quality Standards for Expanded Learning and the Program Quality Assessment Tools
CAN Website: Quality Standards Webinars
The webinar topics include: Background of the Quality Standards, Evidence of Quality Improvement, Overview of the Quality Standards, Standards in Action and Continuous Quality Improvement and the Crosswalk.
Do you have staff who are new and need a quick lesson on guidance for ELPs? Or a returning staff member who needs a refresher? Click on the links below to access the webinars:
High School ASSETS Program Orientation Webinar
ASES Program Orientation Webinar
Access the Grantee Orientation videos HERE!
In collaboration with the California Department of Education's Expanded Learning Division (CDE-EXLD), the California Afterschool Network has created a series of videos to help Expanded Learning grantee staff strengthen their knowledge and understanding in the following content areas:
The California Afterschool Network is proud to announce a series of videos that highlight each of the 11 sections of the Quality Self-Assessment Tool (QSA Tool) and the 5 sections of the High School Quality Self-Assessment Rubric. Each of the 3-5 minute videos is designed to start meaningful conversations with your after school program’s stakeholders on program quality and to start a plan for continuous improvement.
View the videos now!
Ideas on how to use the Campaign for Quality Videos to start meaningful conversations around program quality: