AYPF

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AYPFAmerican Youth Policy Forum
AYPFAlaska Youth and Parent Foundation
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A new report from the American Youth Policy Forum (AYPF) looks at how communities across the nation are responding to the dropout problem.
The field trip, sponsored by the American Youth Policy Forum, also included the Middle College and International High Schools at LaGuardia Community College.
Concluding the guide are the following: postal and Internet addresses of organizations that can provide additional information about preparing for postsecondary education; bibliography of 13 print resources; and annotated bibliography of 14 American Youth Policy Forum publications.
The meeting was part of a series of workshops and "field trips" co-convened by NLC's Institute for Youth, Education, and Families (YEF Institute) and the American Youth Policy Forum, with support from the Charles Stewart Mott Foundation, to promote peer learning and expose local leaders to effective programs, policies and cross-system collaborations.
Along with Jobs for the Future, Education Trust and the American Youth Policy Forum, ACTE sponsored a conference on "Remaking Secondary Career and Technical Education in the 21st Century." Ongoing conversations are being held with the Council of Chief State School Officers, the Gates Foundation, the High School Alliance, and the National Governors Association.
The American Youth Policy Forum event -- one of three in a series -- focused on the research justification for integrating community service and civic education with academic goals.
* Conducting site visits on disconnected youth programs for teams of local officials and other community leaders from six cities with the American Youth Policy Forum.
ACTE was a cosponsor of a recent meeting on "Remaking Career and Technical Education for the 21st Century" along with Jobs For the Future, American Youth Policy Forum and the Education Trust.
A policy document that addresses these aspects of the revolution comes from a consensus of the High Schools of the Millennium Workgroup, organized by the American Youth Policy Forum.
The site visits and cross-site meeting were sponsored in partnership with the American Youth Policy Forum in a joint effort to further engage city leaders in re-engaging youth who have dropped out of school, are out of work or lack connections to family or other caring adults.
Mora was one of eight student panelists who traveled to Washington, D.C., in mid-September to participate in the annual Promising and Effective Practices Network (PEPNet) awards ceremony, sponsored by the American Youth Policy Forum. PEPNet, in conjunction with the National Youth Employment Coalition (NYEC), recognizes and promotes youth employment and development programs.
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