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|Youth Policy News - March 2014||
March edition of Youth Policy News
|Youth Policy News - February 2014||
February edition of Youth Policy News
|Ready by 21 State Policy Survey 2013||
The Ready by 21 State Policy Survey: Child and Youth Policy Coordinating Bodies in the U.S. is the nation's only survey of state child and youth policy coordinating bodies (e.g., children's cabinets, early childhood councils and P-20/P-16 education councils.) The survey assesses coordinating bo
|The Right Kind of Opportunity for Youth||
What happens when you give youth an opportunity? It all depends on the kind of opportunity.
|Education Must Focus on Competence, Not Outdated Traditions||
In this dual blog posting, the Forum’s Karen Pittman and Stephanie Malia Krauss weigh in on an article about competence-based vs. traditional education. Pittman and Krauss reflect on their own experiences and offer suggestions on how schools can break free from the status quo.
|From Soft Skills to Hard Data: Measuring Youth Program Outcomes||
Everyone who runs a youth program believes in their hearts that their program helps kids – but in their heads, they know they need convincing data to prove it. This guide from the Forum for Youth Investment – From Soft Skills to Hard Data: Measuring Youth Program Outcomes – updated from 2011, is here to help them get it.
|'Unschooling' and Readiness for Success: A Disconnect||
We know that America’s education system needs to be revamped, but is the answer to “unschool” our young people? Disturbingly, some people think so.
|Youth Policy News - January 2014||
January edition of Youth Policy News
|Why Teaching is Harder than Rocket Science||
While it may not be on their list to Santa, there’s one thing that every kid wants and needs: a good teacher. Take time over the holidays to read this insightful and informative story from Ryan Fuller, a for
|YouthBuild Grads Stir Inspiration and Anger||
The YouthBuild board of directors spent Friday morning at the Sasha Bruce YouthBuild Program in a very poor section of Washington, D.C. For two hours, we listened to six recent graduates talk about their pasts, their futures and the transformations they experienced because of the program and the commitment of the staff.