Check out our past events for on-demand webinars and summary resources of AYPF forums, discussion groups, and study tours.
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- Afterschool and Out-of-School Time Learning
- College and Career Readiness in OST
- Alternative Education
- Research-practice partnerships
- English Language Learners
- 21st Century Community Learning Centers
- College and Career Readiness and Success
- Career Pathways
- Data Management
- First-Generation College Students
- Deeper Learning
- Carl D. Perkins Act
- OST System Building
- Research Evidence in Policymaking
- Educator Preparation and Professional Development
- Justice-Involved Youth
- Every Student Succeeds Act (ESSA)
- School and Community Partnerships
- Postsecondary Education
- Learning and Teaching Strategies
- Personalized Learning
- Wraparound Supports
- Opportunity Youth
- Higher Education Act (HEA)
- Skill Development
- Service Learning
- System Strategies and Approaches
- Rural Populations
- Individuals with Disabilities Education Act (IDEA)
- Social and Emotional Learning
- Youth Populations
- Youth Experiencing Homelessness
- State-Level Policies
- Work-Based Learning
- Youth in Foster Care
- Policies & Legislation
- Workforce Innovation and Opportunity Act (WIOA)
- Youth Leadership and Voice
- Youth with Disabilities
On this study tour, participants examined how administrators & teachers are being prepared to provide deeper learning experiences to students.
Harnessing the Potential of Young Adults: How Programs Are Using Youth Voice, Education, and Workforce Development to Transform Systems (Boston, MA & East Providence, RI)-
This study tour consisted of site visits & presentations from labor, child welfare & juvenile justice leaders about systems to achieve greater youth outcomes.
This webinar highlighted deeper learning work being done in three states: Kentucky, Arkansas, and Idaho.
This forum discussed the impact of College Promise programs & MDRC’s College Promise Success Initiative.
This discussion group identified available resources and new tools that help promote better outcomes for systems-involved youth.
This forum provided new insight into the use of research evidence.
This forum highlighted the growth of CBE in state policy, the benefits of CBE, and promising practices.
Joined by partners and supporters, AYPF celebrated and recognized the 2019 Samuel Halperin Youth Public Service Award winner.
This webinar highlighted how service year programs at nonprofits can strengthen an organization’s ability to reach its goals and fulfill its mission over time.
From Diversion to Reentry: How Community-Based Programs Support Federal and State Policies for Systems-Involved Youth (Washington, DC)
This study tour in Washington, DC brought together congressional staff to learn about community-based programs that improve outcomes for systems-involved youth.
This webinar examined the role of national service programs in supporting workforce development.
Scaling Deeper Learning through District-Wide Implementation of Project-Based Learning (Kentucky & Ohio)
This study tour in Kentucky & Ohio focused how to create a scaled teaching & learning environment that supports the development of deeper learning competencies.
This discussion group convened leaders from three states to explore how to build capacity to engage in effective RPPs under ESSA.
This webinar examined the preparation of career and technical education (CTE) teachers to include and support students with disabilities.
Joined by long time partners, funders, and supporters, AYPF celebrated 25 years of informing youth policy and improving youth outcomes.
This interactive twitter chat highlighted successful programs and best practices to better support systems-involved youth.
This webinar focused on service as a strategy to improve student outcomes.
Using Data to Promote Access to High-Quality Work-Based Learning: Tools and Considerations for States
This webinar provided an overview of the role geographic information systems (GIS) and WBL measures can play in helping states make data-driven WBL decisions.
This convening highlighted two organizations that have changed the trajectory for youth transitioning out of the foster care and juvenile justice system.