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Afterschool programs can increase the likelihood of success in school and high school graduation. However, some of the poorest and most vulnerable children have lacked access to the afterschool programs because they are unable to secure a spot on the waiting list or to pay the minimal fee required by some programs. Assembly Bill 1567, by Assemblymember Campos, would make these services available to the neediest of children by giving them priority access to state funded after school programs and waiving their program fees.
Status: AB 1567 has passed the California Legislature, and the Governor is considering whether to sign the bill.