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BOOST NATION Town Hall meetings are informal public meetings scheduled throughout the conference with national leaders. Everybody in the out-of-school time community is invited to attend, voice their opinions, share issues and challenges, share promising practices and hear the responses from public figures and elected officials about shared subjects of interest in your community.

 

Schedule of 2015 BOOST Nation: Town Hall meetings

WEDNESDAY, APRIL 29
10:00am-12:00pm

The State of After School in California
Michael Funk, Director; Heather Williams, Strategic Initiatives Coordinator, After School Division, California Department of Education, Sacramento, CA  

Join Michael Funk and CDE leadership as they discuss California's vision for expanded learning. This interactive presentation and discussion will cover the current status of strategic plan implementation, recently approved legislation including SB 1221, and the After School Division’s kick off of the Campaign for Quality.
Elementary School, Middle School, High School
Upper-Level Administration, Mid-Level Administration, Direct Service, Capacity-Building
Strand: BOOST Nation: Town Hall

 

1:15pm-2:30pm

ASES Programs Caught in a Fiscal Squeeze
Steven Amick, Director of Policy and Partnerships, THINK Together, Santa Ana, CA 

The cost of doing business with ASES funding is going up. Not only has the consumer price index raised 16% since Proposition 49 triggered in 2006, but long overdue increases to minimum wages and part-time worker benefits have resulted in increased personnel costs. With stagnant funding for over nine years, ASES providers are finding it impossible to maintain quality services without heavy local subsidy. This session will explore the many ways ASES practitioners can meet this daunting challenge.
Elementary School, Middle School
Upper-Level Administration
Strand: BOOST Nation: Town Hall


3:45pm-5:15pm

We Are My Brother's Keeper
Bruno Marchesi, Project Manager, Center for Collaborative Solutions, Sacramento, CA; Diego Arancibia, Director, ASAPconnect at the Santa Clara County Office of Education, San Jose, CA

Are you willing to stand up with us to change the narrative of boys and young men of color? Join us for this Town Hall discussion on the intersections between President Obama's My Brother's Keeper Initiative and the Expanded Learning field in California. Participants will learn more about the My Brother’s Keeper Initiative efforts throughout California and will get the opportunity to provide input and feedback on current efforts throughout the country. 
Elementary School, Middle School, High School
Upper-Level Administration, Mid-Level Administration, Direct Service, Capacity-Building 
Strand: BOOST Nation: Town Hall
 

THURSDAY, APRIL 30
10:30am-12:15pm

TBD

2:45pm-4:45pm 

Money, Money, Money
Mary Jo Ginty, Expanded Learning Regional Lead, Los Angeles County Office of Education, Downey, CA; Jessica Gunderson, Policy Director, Partnership for Children and Youth, Oakland, CA

The green (money) is a common denominator in the challenges for expanded learning programs in California. The panel will explore the following:
-Local Control Funding Formula: what is it and can you tap into it?
-The results of a recent survey on the financial needs of programs in CA
-Actions you can take to address this challenge
Elementary School, Middle School, High School
Upper-Level Administration, Mid-Level Administration 
Strand: BOOST Nation: Town Hall

 

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