For the purposes of participating in 21st CCLC program activities, all people who are either responsible for a child or anyone the child identifies as being important in their lives (e.g., close family friend, sibling, extended family member, neighbor). For the purposes of protecting privacy, federal policy says only certain people (as defined in Title I) may receive student data.
A culturally responsive approach to relationship-building with a child’s key family members. Building relationships through activities such as helping parents and caregivers develop their own skills, offering educational activities for families and students together, bringing family members into leadership positions with the 21st CCLC program, and connecting families with schools and resources in the community. Family engagement also refers to the importance of family members playing an active role in their children's academic and social-emotional development.
A designated staff person who communicates directly with caregivers and family members to invite their involvement and participation with a 21st CCLC program. A family liaison often helps to connect students' families with program, school or community services that support learning and well-being.
A friendly, supportive atmosphere that encourages family participation and unites the 21st CCLC staff, family and community in supporting student development and academic achievement.
Enter your email and password to log in:
We've logged you out to keep your information safe. Don't worry, if you were in the middle of a course, we've saved your work. To start working again, just log back in.
Subscribe to receive our newsletter
We have detected that cookies are not enabled on your browser. You must have cookies enabled to avoid receiving this message on every Y4Y portal page.
You are accessing a U.S. Federal Government computer system intended to be solely accessed by individual users expressly authorized to access the system by the U.S. Department of Education. Usage may be monitored, recorded, and/or subject to audit. For security purposes and in order to ensure that the system remains available to all expressly authorized users, the U.S. Department of Education monitors the system to identify unauthorized users. Anyone using this system expressly consents to such monitoring and recording. Unauthorized use of this information system is prohibited and subject to criminal and civil penalties. Except as expressly authorized by the U.S. Department of Education, unauthorized attempts to access, obtain, upload, modify, change, and/or delete information on this system are strictly prohibited and are subject to criminal prosecution under 18 U.S.C § 1030, and other applicable statutes, which may result in fines and imprisonment. For purposes of this system, unauthorized access includes, but is not limited to:
You need to be logged in to the You for Youth (Y4Y) portal in order to save course progress and receive certificates of completion.