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|Youth Program Quality Assessment Tools Comparison Chart||
Comparison chart of youth program quality assessment tools.
|Forum Flash: March 15, 2007||
Need help measuring the quality of your program?
|Audio-Conference for Governor's Policy Advisors||
Many policy advisors, chiefs of staff and even some Lt. Governors got on the phone to learn more as they think about shaping their work on children and youth.
|Youth Today: Evidence of a Darker Reality -- The Black Youth Project||
By Karen Pittman, March 2007
Six in 10 African-American youth believe "it is hard for young black people to get ahead because they face so much discrimination,” according to a University of Chicago (UC) report released in February.
|Building Quality Improvement Systems: Lessons from Three Emerging Efforts in the Youth-Serving Sector||
Quality is fast becoming a policy priority in states and localities around the country. As a result, formal and informal networks of youth organizations are seeking and developing strategies to help them assess and improve performance.
|Forum Flash: March 1, 2007||
Making a difference by collaborating, coordinating and communicating
|Conference Call: Communications for Youth Advocates (2/14/07)||
The Forum for Youth Investment, along with Voices for America's Children and Kids Count, hosted a conference call for youth advocates on communications and messaging on February 14th. The call featured Kristen Grimm, president of Spitfire Strategies, and Ann Lochner, director of the Applied Research Collaborative on Youth Development at the University of Minnesota.
|Business Leadership: Supporting Youth Development and the Talent Pipeline||
The Forum for Youth Investment has partnered with Corporate Voices for Working Families to support a Youth Transitions Task Force charged with identifying and promoting the corporate and public policies necessary to ensure that young people ages 14-21 have the opportunities to develop the skills and knowledge needed to be successful in work and in life.
|Forum Flash: February 13, 2007||
The Forum looks back...while still moving forward into 2007
|Maryland: Education - Student Surveys - Youth Risk Behavior Surveillance System Survey||
This bill will require the Maryland Departments of Education and Health to align and combine their surveys with the federal Youth Risk Behavior Surveillance System survey, so that young people in Maryland take only one government survey for federal and state departments per year.
(SB9, MD, 2007)