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|Forum Flash: November 13, 2008||
Change is coming. Not just to the White House, but to Ready by 21 communities across the country. Stay tuned for exciting updates on our Ready by 21 rollout plans in the next issue of Forum Flash. Also check out our 3 latest publications, a Michigan Dropout Summit and more!
|Forum Flash: November 2011||
Youth Organizing for Change, Creative Youth Programs and Lessons from Penn State
|Forum Flash: October 2011||
OST Program Quality Measures, New Ready by 21 Presentation, Advancing Collective Impact
|Forum Flash: October 7, 2009||
Make sure to mark your calendars for the 2009 Search Conference where you can meet the Ready by 21 National Partnership, who is proud to be a signature sponsor of the conference.
|Forum Flash: September 17, 2010||
In this month's issue of Forum Flash, take advantage of several Ready by 21 trainings, including two free webinars and a two-day institute in Atlanta, Georgia. Also, see an inspiring video from a Ready by 21 community, Georgetown Divide in California, on their efforts and progress in empowering staff, improving practice and creating real change for youth.
|Forum Flash: September 2011||
Flexible Federal Funds, More Youth Data, Quality Assessment Pays Off
|Forum Focus: A Portfolio Approach to Youth Policy||
In this issue of Forum Focus, we focus on what researchers and policy makers are doing to help governments take stock of their efforts to make sure that every young person is “Ready by 21” – ready for work, ready for college, ready for life.
|Forum Focus: Community Partnerships for Learning: Blurring the Lines||
In this issue, we explore how community partnerships to support formal learning and development matter and how they can be created and sustained.
|Forum Focus: Countering Structural Racism||
In this issue, we continue to explore how youth activism can be used as a powerful tool for increasing both personal development and collective engagement around the issues of race and racism.
|Forum Focus: Education Pipeline||
While the nation’s public systems continue to fall short of delivering equitable educational supports to children and youth, youth workers have spent the last several decades insulating and, in some cases, patching the leaks in the “education pipeline”– a term describing the route students follow from early childhood through post-secondary education.