Bureau of Indian Education | Title IVB - 21st Century Community Learning Centers
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Title IVB - 21st Century Community Learning Centers

 This program supports the creation of community learning centers that provide academic enrichment opportunities during non-school hours for children, particularly students who attend high-poverty and low-performing schools. The program helps students meet state and local student standards in core academic subjects, such as reading and math; offers students a broad array of enrichment activities that can complement their regular academic programs; and offers literacy and other educational services to the families of participating children.

Types of Projects

Each eligible entity that receives an award from the state may use the funds to carry out a broad array of before- and after-school activities (including those held during summer recess periods) to advance student achievement. These activities include:

  • Remedial education activities and academic enrichment learning programs, including those which provide additional assistance to students to allow the students to improve their academic achievement;
  • Mathematics and science education activities;
  • Arts and music education activities;
  • Entrepreneurial education programs;
  • Tutoring services, including those provided by senior citizen volunteers, and mentoring programs;
  • Programs that provide after-school activities for limited English proficient (LEP) students and that emphasize language skills and academic achievement;
  • Recreational activities;
  • Telecommunications and technology education programs;
  • Expanded library service hours;
  • Programs that promote parental involvement and family literacy;
  • Programs that provide assistance to students who have been truant, suspended, or expelled to allow them to improve their academic achievement;
  • Drug and violence prevention programs;
  • Counseling programs; and
  • Character education programs.

21st Century Guidance 

21st CCLC Credit Recovery Guidance

21st CCLC Standard Operating Procedures

Resources  

Common Elements of Quality After School Programs 

A Resource Guide for Planning and Operating Afterschool Programs

BIE Summative Review May 2010-11

21st CCLC 2011 Evaluation

21st CCLC Grant Application Modification Form (posted 6-25-2014)

NWEA Reports Reference Guide (posted 8/7/2014)


2012 21st CCLC Grant Awardees

  School Amount Awarded     School  Amount Awarded
1 Ahfachkee $127,500   26 Meskwaki Settlement School $180,000
2 Alamo Navajo $84,800   27 Navajo School District $1,589,750
3 American Horse $84,800           Part I/ Part II / Part III      
4 Beatrice Rafferty $127,500   28 Nay Ah Shing $199,800
5 Blackwater  $179,800   29 Nenahnezad $51,800
6 Bug O Nay Ge Shig $200,000   30 Ojibwa $105,000
7 Casa Blanca $121,800   31 Pierre Indian Learning Center $103,500
8 Cherokee Central  $179,850   32 Pine Ridge $112,500
9 Cheyenne Eagle Butte $200,000   33 Pinon  $58,000
10 Chief Leschi $102,800   34 Porcupine $133,300
11 Chilchinbeto $199,600   35 Quileute $73,600
12 Crownpoint (T'iis Ts'ozi) $91,000   36 Riverside  $100,500
13 Dibe Yazhi  $17,500   37 Rock Creek  $90,000
14 Flandreau $200,000   38 Salt River $105,000
15 Gila  Crossing $191,600   39 San Felipe $104,300
16 Hannahville $97,500   40 Santa Clara $136,300
17 Hotevilla Bacavi  $185,200   41 Santa Rosa Day $105,000
18 Indian Island $86,300   42 Sequoyah  $200,000
19 Indian Township $80,300   43 Shoshone Bannock $105,000
20 Isleta  $99,000   44 Sky City  $105,000
21 John F Kennedy  $200,000   45 St. Stephens $105,000
22 Keams  Canyon $75,000   46 Standing Rock Elem $200,000
23 Kin Dah Lichii Olta $65,250   47 Theodore Jamerson $69,000
24 Lummi Nation (Elem) $200,000   48 Tiospaye Topa $105,000
25 Menominee  $200,000   49 Tohono O’odham $50,000