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124D.2211 AFTER-SCHOOL COMMUNITY LEARNING PROGRAMS.
    Subdivision 1. Establishment. A competitive statewide after-school community learning
grant program is established to provide grants to community or nonprofit organizations, political
subdivisions, for-profit or nonprofit child care centers, or school-based programs that serve youth
after school or during nonschool hours. The commissioner shall develop criteria for after-school
community learning programs.
    Subd. 2. Program outcomes. The expected outcomes of the after-school community
learning programs are to increase:
    (1) school connectedness of participants;
    (2) academic achievement of participating students in one or more core academic areas;
    (3) the capacity of participants to become productive adults; and
    (4) prevent truancy from school and prevent juvenile crime.
    Subd. 3. Grants. An applicant shall submit an after-school community learning program
proposal to the commissioner. The submitted plan must include:
    (1) collaboration with and leverage of existing community resources that have demonstrated
effectiveness;
    (2) outreach to children and youth; and
    (3) involvement of local governments, including park and recreation boards or schools,
unless no government agency is appropriate.
    Proposals will be reviewed and approved by the commissioner.
History: 2007 c 146 art 9 s 14