SEA or State Intermediary Looking for Support

The National Comprehensive Center leads technical assistance and professional learning opportunities for state summer and afterschool leaders.

Seven state teams and the U.S. Department of Education currently participate in the Strategic Use of Summer and Afterschool Set Asides Community of Practice. State representatives interested in joining the second cycle should contact Hillary Oravec.

The Summer and Out-of-School Time site provides information to “get smart quick” on key topics, including research evidence and policy, learning and enrichment strategies, addressing a range of student needs, and finance and budgeting.

The Summer Learning and Enrichment Collaborative shares resources provided to field leaders during summer 2021 to explore summer and afterschool as key strategies to accelerate learning for students through COVID recovery and ARP | ESSER set-asides.

The Council of Chief State School Officers (CCSSO)’s State Summer Learning Network in partnership with National Summer Learning Association and Supported by The Wallace Foundation, provides universal technical assistance and supports states through informational webinars and a small network of state education agency leaders and their community partners committed to implementing a broad vision for equity in summer learning. All of the resources are available to anyone interested.

Afterschool state networks have relationships with providers across the state. Find your afterschool state network.