The National Summer Learning Association (NSLA), in collaboration with the White House, Civic Nation, and U.S. Department of Education developed the 2016 Funding Resource Guide to help state and local leaders identify the most promising funding streams to support summer learning and to show how innovative states, districts, and communities have creatively blended public and private funding to develop programs, services and opportunities to meet the needs of young people during the critical summer months.
Who should read this resource guide?
- Summer learning providers interested in expansion and partnerships
- School district leaders interested in a new vision for their summer learning programs
- State and local government leaders
- State afterschool network and childcare leaders
What does the guide offer?
- Descriptions of applicable federal, state, and local funding streams
- Examples of how to use local partnerships and private funding to leverage public resources
- Spotlighted strategies and examples of funding in action
- Case studies of how high quality district and community-based summer learning programs obtained funds
Download the 2016 Funding Resource Guide