Data Management refers to the ability of youth-serving systems and programs to collect and share data. Collecting and sharing data is essential in assessing the needs within a program, locality, or state and understanding the impact and effectiveness of interventions.
OverviewA series of field trips, sponsored by The American Youth Policy Forum (AYPF), provided state and district leaders, state legislators, educators, and ot…
Newark, NJ and New York City: Re-engaging Disconnected Youth and Expanding Opportunities for High School and Cross-System Collaboration
Presentation by Newark Mayor Cory BookerLed by a dynamic, young mayor, Newark has engaged in a number of innovative reforms since Mayor Cory Booker took office…
How New York City is Meeting the Varied Needs of Out-of-School Youth through Multiple Pathways to Graduation
Cross-System Collaboration to Serve Disconnected Youth with Suzanne Lynn, Deputy Commissioner for Community Development, Department of Youth and Community Deve…