TXPOST works closely with members of Senate Finance Committee and House Appropriations Committee to secure state funding for expanded learning opportunities programs that benefit Texas children and families.
In the 83rd Texas Legislative Session, TXPOST worked to pass Senate Bill 503 which established an Expanded Learning Opportunities (ELO) Council. Find out more about the ELO Council here.
TXPOST has been working tirelessly to develop our advocacy strategies that could increase the quality and availability of out of school time programs in Texas.
For the 2016-17 school year, over 400 Texas ACE afterschool program sites in Texas are funded by the 21st Century Community Learning Centers (21st CCLC) program, a federal grant with the purpose of providing learning opportunities before and after school and during the summer for students across the country.
Explore facts and research on afterschool in Texas, and read about afterschool voices and ambassadors.
This fact sheet from the Afterschool Alliance shares how afterschool impacts the success of students.
Find the contact information for your local legislator through this online form.
National Advocacy Days
LIGHTS ON is October 26, 2017
LIGHTS ON is the nationwide celebration of afterschool. Thousands of afterschool programs highlight the important role of afterschool programs in the lives of children, families and communities through various activities and programs. Learn more from the Afterschool Alliance.