Afterschool and Summer Programming in Texas

As the statewide OST policy and advocacy leader in Texas, TXPOST will provide the most updated research, data, analysis of out of school time programming across the state.

Child Care in Texas 2012. Child Care Aware, 2012. This fact sheet shows statewide statistics on child care.

Texas After 3PMAfterschool Alliance, 2014. A summary from the Afterschool Alliance’s 2014 America After 3pm survey detailing the demand for OST programs in Texas.

NEW! Texas 21st Century Community   Learning Centers Year 2 Evaluation Report – Executive Summary. American Institute for Research for the Texas Education Agency, 2013. Continuation of the evaluation from the Texas Education Agency of the federally funded 21st CCLC program. Click here for the full text of the report and for copies of earlier reports.

Texas 21st Century Community Learning Centers Interim Evaluation Report- Executive Summary.American Institute for Research for the Texas Education Agency, 2012. The latest evaluation from the Texas Education Agency of the federally funded 21st CCLC program. Contains comprehensive program evaluation and a detailed statistical profile of 21st CCLC students. Click here for the full text of the report and for copies of earlier reports.

Uncertain Times Texas 2012. Afterschool Alliance, 2012. A fact sheet from the Afterschool Alliance’s Uncertain Times survey outlining the effects of the recession on afterschool programs in Texas. The full nationwide report is available here.

NEW! Texas OST Mapping Summary. Youth Development Initiative Department of Recreation, Park and Tourism, Texas A&M University, 2013. 3,600 OST programs across Texas participated in the study, and findings identify important directions for future study as well as policy considerations to be taken up by the newly-established Texas Expanded Learning Opportunities (ELO) Council. Also check out the Mapping Study Summary for a brief overview of the study.