some children, summertime means camp, visits to museums, parks, and
libraries, and access to a variety of fun and enriching activities. For
many low-income children, however, the reality of summer is far from
What is the
Comprehensive Assessment of Summer Programs?
staff reviews your program against National Summer Learning Association’s research-based
quality program standards, assesses performance, makes recommendations for
improvement, and provides professional development support to reach your goals.
The CASP includes:
with program director, staff, and partner staff
and opportunities report
Professional Learning Communities focused on program improvement
of mentor group
plans and recommended action steps
For more information on the Comprehensive Assessment of Summer Programs, contact Monica Logan, Vice President of Program Quality at firstname.lastname@example.org.