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Program Evaluations and Accountability

The Office of the Superintendent of Public Instruction (OSPI) evaluates the effectiveness of 21st CCLC programs and activities on an annual basis to support continuous program improvement and measure progress in meeting WA state Performance Indicators.

State Evaluation Reports

Local Evaluation

Each grantee must conduct an annual independent local program evaluation to assess its progress toward achieving its goal of providing high-quality opportunities for academic enrichment, and positive student learning outcomes. The evaluation must be based on the factors included in the measures of effectiveness ESSA  (SEC. 4205 (b) and the results must be used to refine, improve, and strengthen the program and to refine local performance indicators.

Federal Data Reporting

Each grantee must participate in the national data reporting system annually and submit data as required by OSPI. Each grantee is required to submit local data into the federal data reporting system, 21APR, and will receive the necessary training to do this.

Each Grantee will report for each center in terms:

  • Summer (March-May) includes Activities, Staffing, and Participation 
  • Fall (June-August) includes Activities, Staffing, and Participation 
  • Spring (September-December) includes Activities, Staffing, Participation, and Outcomes