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Communities across the country are forming leadership bodies to help improve outcomes for youth. But one group of stakeholders, the youth-serving sector, is often the least organized and least systematically represented of all.
For communities wishing to be named an All-America City this year, reading will be fundamental.
Looking to reach your goals related to youth and education? Communities across America are convening this week in Louisville to discuss how to do just that. The Communities for Change Symposium will provide local leaders with a better understanding about how to connect and mobilize community resources to track and manage change over time.
America’s Promise Alliance has launched a new philanthropic fund focused on solving the nation’s high school dropout crisis. The Grad Nation Community Impact Fund will provide grants to stimulate community engagement and investment to help transform the nation’s lowest-performing schools and surrounding communities.
Discover how policy decision makers benefit from shared information systems. Learn new strategies for addressing common barriers to state data sharing. Get a first-hand account of how to put the right data safely into the hands of service providers.
On July 21, the Forum hosted a webinar on the 2011 Ready by 21 State Policy Survey, the first comprehensive survey of state child and youth policy coordinating bodies in the U.S.
RAND researchers Anita Chandra and Joie Acosta joined Forum staff to recap the results and answer questions from the audience.