Success For Each Child & Eliminate the Opportunity Gap by Leading with Racial Equity

Program Implementation and Outputs

This section includes information on how Kent Community Success did relative to its goals for program implementation including Students Served, Family Engagement, Community Partnerships, and Program Quality. 

The 21st CCLC program asserts that regular attendees will exhibit positive trends in academic and social development. Because of this, students were segmented into groups based on the total number of days they attended program at their respective sites. 

  • Students attending less than 10 days are likely receive few benefits from the program. 
  • Students attending 10-29 days may receive some benefits. 
  • Students attending 30 or more days are likely to receive some benefits and are considered “regular attendees”. 
  • Regular attendees who attend 60 or more days are believed to receive the most benefit.