The OSLN is conducting a city-wide survey of summer learning program providers to inform our research on access and equity issues Oakland families may face. Please help us perform a more complete data landscape analysis by participating in our community assessment survey.
The OSLN launched an online listing of summer learning programs to make it easier for families to find and enroll in summer programs. For the most update listings, visit oakland.inplay.org.
Stay up to date with all Oakland Summer Learning Network meetings and work group sessions. Members may add events to this calendar as well.
Here are the notes from the 9/26/16 OSLN Meeting.
Here are the notes from the 4/20/16 OSLN Meeting.
Here are the notes from the 10/21/15 OSLN Meeting.
Here are the notes from the 9/22/15 OSLN Meeting.
Here are the notes from the 6/10/15 OSLN Meeting.
Here are the notes from the 4/15/15 OSLN Meeting.
The OSLN was created in 2011 as a collaborative effort of several private schools, community-based organizations, and government agencies in Oakland, working to expand the number of summer learning opportunities for middle school youth.
For several years, the Rogers Foundation and the Oakland Literacy Coalition took the lead in convening the group. In 2014, the Partnership for Children & Youth adopted the convening role with funding from the Rogers, Scully and Long Foundations. In early 2015, PCY convened a number of key leaders to plan the next phase of the OSLN.
Here are the notes from the 2/17/15 OSLN Planning Meeting.