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|Core Principles for Engaging Young People in Community Change||
Engaging young people as partners in community change is a compelling idea, but translating that idea into effective practice requires focused attention to a range issues. The principles described in this paper emerged from the commingling of research and practice that occurred when the Forum for Youth Investment merged with Community IMPACT! USA.
|Forum Flash: June 19, 2007||
|Iowa's Youth Development Strategic Plan 2007-2010||
Iowa is working through the Iowa Collaboration for Youth Development and Iowa’s Promise to ensure that all Iowa youth have the opportunity to be successful…in school, in a career, and in life. Iowa’s vision is for All Iowa Youth to be Safe, Healthy, Successful and Prepared for Adulthood.
|Youth Today: Children's Rights, Children's Advocates, Children's Cabinets||
In late March, the Rhode Island Foster Parents Association (RIFPA) staged call-ins to the legislature to oppose the budget cuts to youth in the child welfare system. Par for the course? Not quite.
|Forum Flash: May 1, 2007||
Quality and coordination can be difficult to come by; however, they are necessary in improving the lives of children and youth. In Rhode Island, there are potential legislative changes that aren't including all of the stakeholders, such as the states Children's Cabinet; in youth today, Karen Pittman looks at the challenges of coordinating agencies and organizations for the best for youth.
|Forum Flash: April 3, 2007||
Takin' Care of Business!
|2007 Roundtable on Children's Cabinets and Councils||
Representatives from 11 states attended the Roundtable in April of 2007 in Des Moines, Iowa to share their experiences, ideas and challenges. Several special guests, including the Governor of Iowa, Chet Culver, the First Lady of Iowa, Mari Culver and Patricia Kempthorne, the Former First Lady of Idaho, joined the event as well.
|Tennessee: Study of Children and Youth Mental Health Needs in Tennessee||
Senate Joint Resolution 799, passed unanimously by the House and Senate and signed by the governor, directs the Select Committee on Children and Youth to study the children's mental health system and develop recommendations by April 1, 2008.
|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?