AYPF analyzes certain federal laws to understand how they affect traditionally underserved youth and how they enable or constrain states and communities in effectively and equitably serving these youth. As a nonpartisan organization, we do not lobby or take positions on legislation, but rather we educate and inform policymakers about opportunities to improve youth policy and practice by developing and disseminating resources that provide examples and guidance on doing so.
To obtain a more comprehensive view of the various policies and legislation at the center of our work, please see below:
This webinar explored the challenges and opportunities of accountability for alternative education settings.
This convening highlighted concrete, actionable steps for the use of research evidence under ESSA.
- October 3, 2016
Carinne Deeds explores the ways that evidence can be used to inform decision-making.
This convening highlighted the opportunities under ESSA to rethink accountability to ensure that all students, including those who attend an alternative school…