These tasks are the essential steps within the process groups that need to be completed to successfully manage your 21st CCLC program.
Guiding organization values and beliefs such as “we value the diversity of every child.”
The short name for the section of the Code of Federal Regulations titled Education Department General Administrative Regulations, which includes regulations that apply to all grants issued by the U.S. Department of Education (see also: FERPA, one part of EDGAR).
Criteria for student enrollment in a program. Note that while all students are eligible to enroll in the 21st CCLC program, programs may determine specific criteria levels to help meet their goals.
The short name for the Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act, which provides guidance about access to student records and protects the privacy of a student's personally identifiable information (PII) (see also: EDGAR, a larger set of regulations that includes FERPA).
Illustrates your program or site resources, activities and goals and to help your evaluator and stakeholders see the relationship between your programs inputs, rationale and outcomes.
This plan includes the dates a program operates, the number of days and hours the program will be open, the sites that are going to be open, the number of students you plan to serve and, any other specific data specific to your overall operations plan.
A formal document designed to describe how you will execute, monitor and control each critical task of your project while managing and mitigating any risk that could effect your program quality. A project plan is key to a successful project and is the most important document to have in place to ensure a success program.
A formal document designed to describe how each site will execute, monitor and control each element of their project. A site plan should be completed for each site and could include operations plans; needs assessment findings; program and activity SMART goals; and strategies for managing the budget, data, staff, intentional activity development, student recruitment and communication.
This will tell your stakeholders your long-term program goal. It defines your purpose, with a focus on your aspirations. It should be short and inspiring. Your vision statement should hold true over time.
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.