It is important for youth to develop, master and be exposed and/or equipped with skills that employers find valuable when entering the workforce. This includes cognitive skills, such as academic proficiencies and non-cognitive skills, such as cultural awareness.
- April 17, 2018
Betsy Brand discusses the importance and value of expanded learning and skill development to conclude our series on AYPF’s policy goals.
This webinar highlighted models from around the country that are effectively implementing ESSA requirements for serving students in the juvenile justice system.
This webinar discussed a new brief entitled Leveraging the Every Student Succeeds Act to Improve Outcomes for Youth in Juvenile Justice Facilities.
This webinar focused on how afterschool and summer learning can help more youth develop the competencies desired by employers.