A Message Regarding COVID-19
AYPF is closely monitoring the spread of COVID-19 and other institutional responses to the virus. Accordingly, AYPF staff began mandatory telework at 5:00pm on Friday, March 13. Telework will remain in effect through at least the end of the day on Friday, April 24. AYPF leadership will continue to monitor the situation and regularly evaluate the need for continued telework beyond April 24.
The AYPF Board and Staff remain committed to our mission and will be responsive to email and telephone communications. We look forward to working with you to improve outcomes for traditionally underserved youth.
We send well wishes to each of you and hope that you remain safe and healthy during this challenging time for our nation.
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AYPF focuses on improving policies and practices that impact traditionally underserved youth, ages 14 – 25. This includes youth who are in school and those who have left school and are not in education, training, or the workforce. To gain a more comprehensive view about the youth at the center of our work, click on a highlighted population.
The Latest from our Blog
- March 24, 2020
Rebecca Lavinson writes about a collaborative learning journey to the Massachusetts Department of Elementary and Secondary Education.
- March 10, 2020
Monica Evans writes about strengthening the education workforce through enhanced preparation to prevent shortages & improve student outcomes.
- February 4, 2020
Dr. Loretta Goodwin talks about the promising efforts underway in Colorado to align education and workforce opportunities for students.