Making the ELO Program Work for Your School
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The Expanded Learning Opportunities Program (ELO-P) is a heavily-funded new priority for the state budget... and it looks like it's here to stay! Whether you've offered afterschool and intersession programming before or not, there is a lot to learn about this program's requirements and opportunities to strategically implement it in ways that help your school.
Join us to get a clear and simplified overview of the program requirements (and ideas for how to track them), review a few sample budgets and a budgeting tool you can use for program planning, and discuss ideas for how to maximize the funding and program efficiency. We'll go over frequently asked questions and talk with program directors who are tackling implementation this year. You will come away with tools and ideas to put to use immediately to get your ELO Program off the ground.
Senior Director of Client Management
Dena Koren is a Senior Director at EdTec, where she leads a team that helps charter leaders develop and manage strategic school budgets. Early in her career, Dena led teacher recruitment at BELL, a national nonprofit afterschool and summer program. After graduate school, she worked as a strategy consultant with The Boston Consulting Group, helping clients from education, consumer goods, and financial services industries. At EdTec, Dena works directly with a range of schools, as well as presents to and coaches charter leaders and aspiring education reformers across the country on sustainable operations and fiscal best practices.
Associate Client Manager
Expanded Learning Coordinator
Voices College-Bound Language Academies
Director, Expanded Learning
Urban Montessori Charter School