The ADE 21st CCLC unit is dedicated to providing Professional Development (PD) opportunities to support the growth and development of successful 21st CCLC programs throughout the duration of their grant awards. All new and continuing Principals and Site Coordinators are required to attend the 21st CCLC annual symposium to implement best practices and support the success of their 21st CCLC programs.
Below is a list of recommended afterschool specific opportunities for Arizona 21st CCLC leaders and their programs.
Grantee Leadership Orientation (GLO) Modules
All (NEW) 21st CCLC District director(s), Principal(s), and Site Coordinator(s) participate in GLO to understand grant requirements and regulations. This orientation includes one online training module that consists of, Fiscal Accountability, Program Implementation, Reporting, and Maintaining Compliance. The module must be completed for participants to receive credit. The Grant Leadership Orientation (GLO) introduces new leaders to:
ADE/State and Federal compliance regulations
ADE/State provided support and compliance monitoring
Assurances, policies, reporting, and data collection
Budgets and Grants Management Enterprise (GME)
This training provides new 21st CCLC leaders with information necessary for successful grant implementation and effective management.
The symposium will provide the 21st Century Community Learning Centers (21st CCLC) grant leadership the opportunity to understand the grant elements and opportunities related to a successful 21st CCLC program.
Arizona Center for Afterschool Excellence Professional Development
Diverse topics are provided on an annual basis to the Arizona afterschool professional community. Most workshops involve a nominal fee to participate. Please refer to their website for upcoming events. https://azafterschool.org/conference-2021-2/
ADE: ESSA Conference
Centered around Student-Focused, Well-Rounded Education, the conference will provide workshops and keynote presentations sharing important strategies and resources for implementing Title I, Title I-D, Title II, Title III, Title IV-A, Title V-B (RLIS), School Improvement and other related programs and services. Valuable networking opportunities for school leaders and educators will be provided, while we celebrate and highlight exemplary programs and practices from across our state! www.azed.gov/essaconference/
ADE: Leading Change
A conference designed to meet the specific needs of local and district administrators as they improve teacher and student outcomes. www.azed.gov/leadingchange/
School Connect helps build partnerships by engaging the entire community and collaborating with local leaders to adopt local schools. They network, train and coach community partners to build strong, sustainable relationships to support education through community engagement. http://www.schoolconnectaz.org
US Department of Education Nita M. Lowey 21st Century Community Learning Centers SUMMER SYMPOSIUM
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