21st Century Community Learning Centers
Title IV Part B of the No Child Left Behind Act of 2001 (NCLB)
Annual Performance Report
The Annual Performance Report (APR) is the web-based system in which all funded 21st Century Community Leaning Centers must report their progress towards meeting performance measures per federal requirements. The United States Department of Education contracts with the Tactile Group to collect annual performance data on the 21st Century Community Learning Centers grantees. To access the system visit 21apr.ed.gov/.
Access to Forms and Technical Assistance
If you have questions or concerns about the APR process, please review the DPI developed FAQ or the user guide available upon logging into the system. If you are having technical problems with the system please send your concerns to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Please note that each grantee is assigned one user for the system. Please contact Tanya Morin to confirm or update the user for your grant.
Grantees are required to administer teacher surveys each spring for students that reach “regular attendee” status. The teacher survey is available here. Please reference the Teacher Survey Instructions for guidance on the process.
On March 10, 2017, DPI hosted a webinar for grantees to review the APR system and process for entering data. To access the recorded webinar, please contact Tanya Morin. The slides from the webinar can be downloaded here.