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|California: Solano County Children's Network: Children's Budget||
The Solano County Children’s Budget is a functional budget that tracks how fiscal resources are allocated for children’s services in Solano County.
|Oklahoma: Oklahoma Commission on Children and Youth - Children: Oklahoma's Investment in Tomorrow||
Children: Oklahoma's Investment in Tomorrow 2003 identifies actual state and federal expenditures for Oklahoma children and youth programs for fiscal years (FY) 2000 through FY 2002, current budgets for FY 2003 and budget request for FY 2004.
|Washington: Seattle Office of Policy and Management: Children's Budget||
In 2003, the Office of Policy and Management spearheaded an effort to review citywide spending on services for children and youth. The City spends $72 million per year on a variety of programs for children.
|Iowa: Iowa Better Results for Kids, Outcomes, Indicators, and Measures||
The State of Iowa reviews their methods of measurement of results for kids. There are three categories of indicators used: overarching indicators, system monitoring indicators and "pay-4-results" indicators.
|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.
|Out-of-School Time Policy Commentary #5: Inside the Black Box: Exploring the "Content" of After-School||
How do effective programs deliver academic content? Can after-school programs help students master a broader base of content? What strategies can help programs and systems deliver content effectively? What is realistic to expect of programs? Program content is closely linked with our understandings about the purpose of after-school programming.
|Youth Today: Don't Be Left Out Standing in Your Field||
By Karen Pittman, November 2003
|California: Educational Opportunities for Foster Care Children||
This bill would declare the legislature's intent to ensure that pupils in foster care and those who are homeless, as defined by specified federal law, have a meaningful opportunity to meet the academic achievement standards to which all pupils are held, are placed in the least restrictive educational programs, and have access to the academic resources, services, and extracurricular and enrichme
|Youth Today: On Nature versus Nurture, Success and Failure||
By Karen Pittman, October 2003
|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.