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|Lessons Learned, Lessons Shared: Reflections from the International Learning Group on Youth and Community Development||
This volume pulls together a range of reflections from members of the International Learning Group (ILG) members, Latin American friends and staff. The bulk of the volume is devoted to the individual and collective essays, interviews, statements and reports written or inspired by the ILG members during and after the Latin American visit.
|Youth Development and Community Change: A Guide to Documents and Tools||
This guide provides a roadmap through many documents and several years of work on the Community and Youth Development Series that was published with the support of the Ford Foundation in an effort to consolidate answers to basic questions.
|Youth Acts, Community Impacts: Stories of Youth Engagement||
This document offers eight case studies -- and a number of short profiles -- documenting efforts in the United States and around the world, all connecting the dots between youth action and meaningful community change.
|Youth Action: Youth Contributing to Communities, Communities Supporting Youth||
This report explores three important trends and their implications: 1) Our understanding of how to best address the problems and needs of youth, 2) there is interest within the field that provides fresh impetus for youth as change agents, and 3) youth are increasingly tackling challenges in their community.
|Oregon: College Scholarships for Former Foster Children||
Provides college scholarships for former foster children. Appropriates monies from General Fund to Oregon Student Assistance Commission for scholarships.
(HB2431, OR, 2001)
|Youth Today: YAA: More Important Than You Think||
By Karen Pittman, July 2001
Convinced that the Younger Americans Act (YAA) is the legislative marker that could finally put youth development on the map? You are absolutely right. But are you right for all the right reasons?
|Iowa: Department of Management. Governance System and the Accountability Government Act Overview||
On June 1, 2001, Governor Tom Vilsack signed the Accountable Government Act (AGA) into law.
|Youth Today: Reading Between the Studies||
By Karen Pittman, June 2001
“System building is slow...”
“The diversity of the field has all kinds of implications...”
“Only a modest percentage of low-income children participate...”
“Revenues to programs serving low-income children fall short — sometimes far short — of resources needed to maintain even minimal quality programs...”
|Youth Today: Policy, Policy, Policy||
By Karen Pittman, May 2001
I hate receptions and cocktail parties. One reason is that I am basically anti-social. Another is that I hate the inevitable question, “What do you do?,” which seems simple but is difficult to answer. In an effort to steer people away from thinking that I work directly with youth (something I haven’t done for going on 30 years), I often state that I do youth policy research. Then comes the question, “What is youth policy? Does the U.S. have a youth policy or a set of youth policies?”
|Students Continually Learning: A Report of Presentations, Student Voices and State Actions||
The Forum worked with the Council of Chief State School Officers (CCSSO) to integrate principles of youth development and youth engagement into the 1999 CCSSO Summer Institute for state education leaders.