Afterschool in Your State

A clearing house of information on afterschool across the country

Drill down into afterschool numbers, developments, resources and more in all 50 states, plus the District of Columbia. 

Networks of afterschool program providers and advocates are already working or forming in several states across the county to push for quality, affordable afterschool programs for all youth. Use the map below to navigate to find out about all things afterschool in your state. Explore facts and figures on how children in your state spend their hours after school; state policy and funding information; afterschool champions and voices; and contacts in your state that can be a great resource to help guide your afterschool efforts.

Afterschool in in North Dakota

Facts & Research

  • In North Dakota, 24% (23,341) of K-12 youth are responsible for taking care of themselves after school.
  • Of all North Dakota children not currently enrolled in afterschool, 34% (26,857) would be likely to participate IF an afterschool program were available in their community.
  • 97% of parents in North Dakota are satisfied with the afterschool program their child attends.
  • 20% (19,865) of North Dakota's K-12 children participate in afterschool programs, including 5,632 kids* in programs supported by the U.S. Department of Education's 21st Century Community Learning Centers initiative, the only federal program dedicated to afterschool.

*—This figure is an Afterschool Alliance calculation based on the state-allocated 21st CCLC funding and a program cost of $1,000 per child. The program cost per child is an Afterschool Alliance estimation based on the Department of Education's per-student expenditures for: (1) all students attending 21st CCLC programs and (2) students who regularly attend 21st CCLC programs.

For afterschool participation and funding levels in North Dakota, refer to the Afterschool in North Dakota Fact Sheet.

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State Policy and Funding

North Dakota currently does not have any major statewide initiatives directly supporting afterschool programs, but a new initiative under the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act (ARRA) is meant to improve quality in child care centers and support child care staff recruitment by providing training and technical assistance through the state's Child Care Resource and Referral consultants. Once ARRA funds were no longer available, $3.1 million was requested from the state Legislature to continue quality improvement efforts.

Check out the State Policy section of our website for state-specific data and ideas for developing and advancing afterschool policy at the state level.

State Network

Your statewide afterschool network has a webpage with useful resources and policy updates: http://www.ndseec.com/education/dept/dept.php?sectionid=100

Supplemental Educational Services

Interested in running an afterschool tutoring program? Find information on the application process and selection criteria for Supplemental Educational Services (SES) providers in your state here.

Afterschool Champions & Voices

North Dakota has champions across the state leading the fight to ensure that all children have access to safe and enriching afterschool programs.

Afterschool Caucus

On March 3, 2005, members of Congress established the first-ever Afterschool Caucus in both the Senate and the House of Representatives in order to build support for afterschool programs and increase resources for quality afterschool care. The following elected officials from North Dakota participate in their chamber's Afterschool Caucus:

Senate Sen. Heidi Heitkamp (D-ND)

Ambassadors

Selected from some of the most effective afterschool programs and advocacy organizations in the nation, the Afterschool Ambassadors work every day to help keep kids safe, inspire children to learn and help working families. They know firsthand the barriers and benefits that communities face in making afterschool available to all children and are a great resource for programs throughout North Dakota. Here is a list of past and present ambassadors in your state:

Ambassador Emeritus
ANDREW JORDAN
Wilton Public School
504 Dakota Ave
Wilton, PrimaryState 58579
701-734-6331
andrewsjordan78@gmail.com

Quick Quotes

What leaders are saying in North Dakota:

North Dakota's after school programs have provided significant leadership in getting communities involved in the education and well-being of our youth, grounded in the principle that quality after school programs are key to helping our children become successful adults.

John Hoeven
U.S. Senate

Afterschool Storybook

America's Afterschool Storybook tells the stories of people and communities transformed by afterschool programs. Read more inspiring stories from America's Afterschool Storybook from people across the country.

State Contact

Becky Mueller
South East Education Cooperative
207 2nd Ave SE
Jamestown , ND 58401
701-446-3195
muelleb@ndseec.com