TITLE IV: After School & 21st CCLC
Title IV funds are to be used by schools and districts to foster a safe education environment, address the needs of at-risk students, and enhance the school-to-home connection. Title IV funds are also used to offer a broad array of additional services, programs, and activities designed to reinforce and complement the regular academic program of students.
Brainchild provides programs that help schools meet the goals of Title IV by:
- Providing programs that are designed to assist students in the mastery of state standards through review, remediation, and enrichment activities during out-of-school time.
- Extending the learning day and allowing access to Brainchild programs when school is not in session through the use of technology.
- Contributing to the reduction of drug use and violence in the community by offering exciting, engaging, efficient, and effective standards-based learning opportunities and activities.
“After documenting significant higher student achievement in just 6 weeks over the summer, we implemented Brainchild all year in our after school programs at 10 schools. The program is easy for our teachers to follow. The English-Spanish toggling feature is especially valuable to our students.”Mandy Briones Watkins