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NYSED 21st Century Community Learning Centers Technical Assistance Resource Center, Rest of State Region

The 21st Century Community Learning Centers (CCLC) program is the only federal funding source dedicated to supporting afterschool and local summer learning programs through the US Department of Education. The Elementary and Secondary Education Act, now known as the Every Student Succeeds Act (ESSA), updated and reauthorized the 21st CCLC program in December 2015. Each state receives funds based on its share of Title I funding for low-income students. Grants support afterschool and summer learning programs that provide the following services to students attending high-poverty, low-performing schools: Academic enrichment activities that can help students meet state and local achievement standards. A broad array of additional services designed to reinforce and complement the regular academic program, such as: drug and violence prevention programs, counseling programs, art, music, and recreation programs, technology education programs, and character education programs. Literacy and related educational development services to the families of children who are served in the program. ​The purpose of the Resource Center is to provide ongoing support to all 21st CCLC subgrantees to improve the quality of their programs and, in turn, improve the academic, social and emotional outcomes of the students and the literacy of their families.
Southern Tier
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ExpandED Schools

ExpandED is dedicated to ensuring that all young people have access to enriching learning opportunities that affirm their identities, teach them valuable skills, and spark new possibilities. Through program development, capacity-building, research and advocacy, we work toward our vision of a vibrant and stable publicly-funded system of school-community partnership so that all New York City children thrive.
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Temple Israel of Albany

Temple Israel is a Beit Knesset (House of Assembly), a Beit Tefillah (House of Prayer) and a Beit Hamidrash (House of Study). Our goal is to nourish the spiritual and intellectual lives of our congregants and our community by providing educational, religious, social, and recreational activities which further the causes and objectives of Judaism, the Jewish people, and the State of Israel. More than any other institution, the synagogue ensures the continuity of Judaism by facilitating the interaction of all generations and reinforcing the idea that the Jewish people are extended family.
Capital Region
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PowerPlay NYC

PowerPlay NYC is a nonprofit organization with a mission to advance the lives of girls through sports, helping them grow physically, emotionally and academically stronger. PowerPlay NYC offers sports-based day school, after school and summer programs for 1,100 youth. Over 90% of our participants are youth of color (predominantly Black and Latinx) and most reside in low-income neighborhoods in the five boroughs of NYC. Our programs provide a safe space for our girls, assist in boosting their self-confidence and foster a healthy and well-balanced lifestyle. We seek to amplify their voices and build resilience so they can become change agents in their communities. PowerPlay NYC offers day & after school programs (funded by 21st Century Community Learning Centers) which reach elementary and high school students with engaging activities and opportunities that empower them to reach their full academic and social-emotional potential propelling them on a trajectory to becoming healthy, resilient, college and career ready individuals.
New York City
Bronx
Brooklyn
Manhattan
Queens
Staten Island
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Family Service Society of Yonkers

The mission of Family Service Society of Yonkers (FSSY) is to be the premier provider of human services through a range of programs focusing on home health care, diverse family supports, guardianship, education and advocacy for individuals and families, which will enhance their quality of life.
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Woodside on the Move, Inc

Woodside on the Move was founded on September 24, 1976 with the mission to improve the conditions of the Woodside commercial district. During the first 10 years the organization ran under the leadership and vision of Mr. Kevin Mahon. His foresight and vitality steered WOTM to become a leading force in the revitalization of the Woodside community. The organization developed programs to improve Woodside’s housing, industry, and commerce and provided the community with free cultural performances, as well as recreational and educational activities for children. Today we have become a leading force in NYC tenant advocacy initiatives as part of the Queens chapter of the housing coalition Stabilizing NYC and one of the largest free after school and summer camp providers in the city, serving over 800 elementary school children in the community.
Queens
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Playworks – Education Energized!

Playworks is an Oakland-based national nonprofit that supports learning and physical health by providing safe and inclusive play to students in urban, suburban, rural and digital schools. Playworks works with schools to design curriculum and activities that offer play opportunities during recess, lunch and after school programs. Trained coaches work in schools to run a variety of games and sports, as well as teach techniques in group management, violence prevention and conflict resolution.
Finger Lakes
Southern Tier
Western New York
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TSMS | Educational Alliance

Manhattan
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New York Edge

The mission of New York Edge is to help bridge the opportunity gap among students in underinvested communities by providing programs designed to improve academic performance, health and wellness, self-confidence, and leadership skills for success in life.
Long Island
New York City
Bronx
Brooklyn
Manhattan
Queens
Staten Island
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Educational Alliance

OUR VISION A vibrant and democratic society where all people have the community supports they need to thrive. OUR MISSION Educational Alliance brings together and partners with diverse communities in Lower Manhattan, offering individuals and families high-quality, multi-generational programs and services that enhance their well-being and socioeconomic opportunities. OUR VALUES Educational Alliance has a proud legacy as a Jewish organization whose values and approach are drawn from our teachings and history. We will continue to look to our rich past­—our texts, symbols, rituals, and teachers—for inspiration and guidance. Our Jewish identity animates our work every day through the following key values: Every person is born with a divine spark of dignity and creativity. We are a joyful, open-tent community where everyone is welcome. Universal education is necessary for equal citizenship. Community Schools & Youth Development (CSYD) Educational Alliance’s Community Schools & Youth Development (CSYD) department plays an integral role in delivering high-quality youth development programming throughout the Lower East Side with services embedded in the school day, afterschool programs, and summer enrichment opportunities.  In partnership with PS 64, PS 142, PS/MS 140, TSMS, and PS/MS 188, CSYD collaborates with the NYC Department of Youth & Community Development (DYCD), NYC Office of Community Schools (OCS), The Boys and Girls Clubs of America (BGCA), and of course, our incredible local school communities, to continue to respond to the needs of young people and their families during the best and worst of times. Our robust team of social workers ensures that social-emotional learning concepts are present in all aspects of our work and that participants have access to individualized care and attention when needed. Our Community School Directors play a critical role in bringing a wealth of resources and opportunities directly to families, and our Program Directors rely on local talent to create a student-centered, experiential learning environment where students realize that the sky is their only limit.  CSYD strives for equity and social justice in our work at all levels, empowering youth to stand up for social change by providing them with the guidance, tools, and experience to understand their powers as change agents and assets in their communities. In addition, we rely heavily on the talented individuals from the Lower East Side to facilitate and lead our programs, as well as, encourage civic engagement.   
New York City
Manhattan
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