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How do you get schools and out-of-school providers working in concert toward the same goals for young people? Leaders in Richmond, Va., are starting to answer that question with a series of summits designed to build a shared agenda for youth development.
In his latest Huffington Post blog, Alex Wirth, board member for the Forum for Youth Investment, describes the 3 steps we must take as a nation to ensure future generations are ready by 21.
These steps include:
FSG and the Aspen Institute Forum for Community Solutions announced the Collective Impact Forum - a resource for practitioners and funders who are using the collective impact approach to achieve large-scale systems change.
A Virginia city is using data in new ways to see how its young people are doing and to build support for change.
Imagine that leaders carrying out collective impact efforts around the country came to your community to share their insights on how to succeed. That recently happened in St. Louis - and those insights are available to everyone.
Leaders all over the country are taking on the challenge of achieving community change through collective impact - and they're looking for proven strategies for success.
In the Forum’s latest guest blog by Robert Slavin, he shares some of the lessons learned by the team at Erikson Early Math Collaborative, which helps teachers get better at teaching math to young children.
Collective impact is gaining interest across the country as an innovative strategy to solve complex problems that cannot be addressed by individual organizations working in isolation. Can this strategy even help us combat teen pregnancy? Georgia says yes, and is leading the way in showing us how.