When it comes to student data management, sometimes using a spreadsheet is unavoidable—especially when it comes to 21APR data tracking and reporting. Unfortunately, spreadsheets can be tedious and time-consuming to manage. They can also be easily corrupted and incorrectly sorted, leading issues with accuracy and file security.

In this recorded webinar, "Tips for Using Spreadsheets for the 21CCLC Annual Performance Report (APR)" participants will learn how to structure spreadsheets effectively for reporting requirements, including: 

  1. 16 21APR categories
  2. Grade level, and other demographic information 
  3. Participants academic scores and programmatic outcomes 

We provide you step-by-step instructions and tips to track this information in an organized, user-friendly way, that will improve reporting in three key 21APR areas: activities, participation, and outcomes.

Ready to track your 21APR data more efficiently? Complete the form on this page to access the recorded webinar, "Tips for Using Spreadsheets for the 21CCLC Annual Performance Report."

AfterSchool21 is trusted by 10+ state departments of education and thousands of out-of-school-time (OST) program administrators across the country to make 21APR and other reporting and fee collection issues easy.  AfterSchool21 was the first system available to automate the transfer of after-school program data into 21APR, eliminating the need for manual data entry. Learn more > 



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