2020 Census :: Afterschool programs across our country are making a huge difference in the lives of children, families and communities. Millions of our children and youth rely on federal support, determined by the U.S. census, to attend afterschool and summer learning programs. The results of the census will be used to determine how more than $675 billion […]

The Inaugural Health and Physical Literacy Summit 2020 :: THE  INAUGURAL  HEALTH & PHYSICAL  LITERACY  SUMMIT 2020   February 11-14, 2020 Hyatt Regency- The Wynfrey Hotel- Birmingham, AL   Current directors of 21st Century Community Learning Centers are encouraged to attend this event. The featured speaker, Dr. John Ratey is a very well known expert in research on brain development and physical activity. There […]

The Governor’s STEM Roadmap to Student STEM Ed Success :: Alabama’s Roadmap to STEM Success was developed by the Governor’s STEM Advisory Council, a group of 78 leaders from across the state representing a wide array of STEM related fields (Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics), including K-12 and undergraduate education, as well as industry and community leaders. The members were appointed by Governor Ivey in […]

 Alabama Afterschool Community Network

The Alabama Afterschool Community Network (ALACN) is located at the Truman Pierce Institute of the College of Education at Auburn University. ALACN works in collaboration with the Alabama State Department of Education, the Alabama 21st Century Community Learning Centers, and the Alabama Community Education Association (ACEA) to ensure Alabama youth, families, and communities have access to high quality programming during Out-of-School time that promotes positive development and life-long learning. Our goal as a Network is to support and strengthen Out-of- School time programs that engage youth, families, communities, and policy makers as champions for sustainable, high-quality programming through engagement and capacity building to inspire a lifetime of learning.

ALACN partners with the Charles Stewart Mott Foundation and the National Network of Statewide Afterschool Networks.

 

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