Quality Standards Webinar

February 1, 2017

The California Afterschool Network produced five short webinars around the Quality Standards for Expanded Learning in California. These webinars are intended to give Program Directors, Site Coordinators, front line staff, and the field at large, a better understanding of the Quality Standards, Standards in Action and the Crosswalk, and how these items can be utilized in a process of Continuous Quality Improvement.

The webinar topics are:

  1. Background of the Quality Standards
  2. Evidence of Quality Improvement
  3. Overview of the Quality Standards
  4. Standards in Action
  5. Continuous Quality Improvement and the Crosswalk

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