AYPF weaves equity throughout our work and is committed to making sure all youth have access to quality education, workforce, and developmental opportunities regardless of their socio-economic status, racial/cultural differences, physical abilities, developmental needs, and geographical locations. AYPF has consistently worked to identify and highlight the needs of traditionally underserved youth populations.
Helping Policymakers Understand High School Redesign: Dropout Prevention And Persistence to Graduation
In 2001, the Kentucky Board of Education adopted a strategic plan based on the long-term goal of all schools and students reaching a high standard of proficien…
Improving the Transition from Middle Grades to High Schools: Promising State Initiatives in Literacy and Mathematics
OverviewBy the time students enter high school, many have already fallen behind in critical subject areas such as English and mathematics. Educators can use e…