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Iowa 21st Century Community Learning Centers

 

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About Iowa 21CCLC

Nita M. Lowey 21st Century Community Learning Centers (21CCLC)

The Nita M. Lowey 21st Century Community Learning Centers is a U.S. Department of Education program, administered by the states, supporting out-of-school time learning opportunities for students in high-poverty, low-performing areas. The Iowa Department of Education administers 21CCLC funding in Iowa through grant competitions. 21CCLC programs focus on:

 
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Academic Support

Helping students meet state and local standards in core academic subjects

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Academic Enrichment

Providing activities that complement learning from the school day

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Parent Engagement 

Offering literacy and educational services to the families of participating students

Chemistry Students

2020 by the Numbers

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49
Grants

28
Entities

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118

Sites

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702
Paid & Unpaid Partnerships

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12,382
Students Served School Year and Summer

Average cost per student = $715 annually

***The Wallace Foundation recommends $1,200 per student. The Iowa 21CCLC average annual cost is only possible through community partnerships

Of the 12,382 Students:

average free or reduced price lunch rate
State = 42% 

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63%

are categorized Limited English Proficient
State = 7% 

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13%

are students
with a disability
State = 13% 

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13%

Click here for the most recent State Evaluation Report

Click here for the most recent 21CCLC Infographic

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