Campaign Updates

June 8, 2017 – The California Legislature took a leap forward for students, families, and communities and provided critically needed funding for the After School Education and Safety (ASES) programs that benefit over 400,000 California low-income students every day.

The Budget Conference Committee voted to provide an additional $50 million for ASES programs in Fiscal Year 2017-18. The campaign is encouraged by the Administration’s support for the Proposition 98 conference committee package, which includes the ASES increase, that a signature is on its way. Though the Legislature’s proposal only goes halfway in meeting the field’s fiscal needs of a $9 daily rate in response to the state rising minimum wage, this is an essential first step that will allow programs to stay open and ensure thousands of students continue to have a safe place to go after the school bell rings.

Read the full press release.

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Resources

Current Legislation



Data

ASES Daily Rate Survey 2016 - Summary
                                                - Full Memo
ASES Daily Rate Survey 2015 



Past Legislation

AB1426 (Cooper)
AB 2663 (Cooper)
SB645 (Hancock)