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This policy brief examines several case studies depicting how school districts have aligned diverse state and federal funding to increase the quality and capacity of after school programs.
This ordinance establishes the Denver Education Compact fund for the purpose of handling financial transactions related to the Denver Education Compact program.
The Children's Amendment is Section 16.108 of the San Francisco City Charter: requires the Children's Fund to be used exclusively to provide services for children ages 0-17; establishes that eligible services for the Children's Fund are childcare, recreation, after-school, arts, health, workforce readiness, youth empowerment, violence prevention, educational enrichment, and family support; establishes a three-year planning cycle for use of the Children's Fund, requiring a Community Needs Assessment and a Children's Services Allocation Plan. Significant community participation is required in the development of these documents; establishes a Children's Fund Citizen's Advisory Committee, consisting of 15 members appointed by the Mayor, for the purpose of advising the Department of Children, Youth & Their Families and the Mayor, regarding the use of the Fund.
This ordinance puts on the ballot a measure to finance Portland Children's Investment Fund to support proven programs designed to help children arrive at school ready to learn, provide safe and constructive after school alternatives for kids, and prevent child abuse and neglect and family violence. The measure proposes financing Portland Children's Investment Fund with a five-year levy of $0.4026 per $1000 of assessed property value.
This ordinance creates a ballot measure to approve a property tax levy to fund a Families and Education Subfund. The proceeds will fund educational and developmental services, preschool and early childhood education, family support, family involvement services, middle school support, out of school activities, support for at-risk youth, student health services, evaluation of programs, and school crossing guards.