The Florida Afterschool Network was established in 2005 to provide unified leadership to advocate for the development, enhancement, sustainability and accessibility of evidence-based, high-quality afterschool and summer learning programs and policies statewide.ABOUT US
The Florida Standards for Quality Afterschool Programs define the core principles and best practices that lead to the delivery of quality programming for children and youth in afterschool programs.LEARN MORE
STATE OF AFTERSCHOOL
The ‘State of Afterschool & Summer Learning in Florida’ Report explores Florida’s afterschool and summer learning programs, and provides context surrounding child welfare and juvenile crime to support community conversations on how the availability of high-quality afterschool helps communities address challenges to ensure youth thrive.LEARN MORE
We are invested in creating more opportunities for Florida’s youth to explore entrepreneurship by assisting afterschool and summer learning programs expand their capacity to offer such programs. In addition, we are actively connecting programs to resources and local business partners to support this work.LEARN MORE
AFTERSCHOOL IN FLORIDA
In Florida, afterschool programs provide expanded learning opportunities to 504,759 students and are a lifeline for working families. Yet, too many kids in Florida are being left out. In fact, for every child in an afterschool program, 3 more would participate if a program were available.