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SWAMPED
A gaming tool that couples public opinion with messaging help, so you can communicate about budgets and taxes, education, early childhood development and health. Who ...
Back on Track Through College reengages disconnected youth and creates clear pathways through postsecondary credentials; it is now scaled in districts and states ...
October 2, 2012 How We'll Succeed
Several recent commentaries drive a shared message and outline a new route forward for all of us who care about children and youth. 
Spotlight on Poverty & Opportunity
President and CEO of the Lumina Foundation Jamie Merisotis, discusses the urgent need to boost college success among all Americans, particularly low-income, ...
chicago
Parents don’t want a "war." They want a district that’s looking out for all children, that is capable of collaboration and able to hear the ...
Spotlight on Poverty & Opportunity
Harry Holzer of Georgetown University explains how addressing today's youth can help recover the economy and future economies.
RECONNECTIONS
A recent survey of opportunity youth found that, despite their challenges growing up, they remain optimistic about their future.
classroom
A New York City school shows the importance of youth voice in school policies and education.
Head Start
Head Start is a program of the Department of Health and Human Services that provides comprehensive education, health, nutrition, and parent involvement services to ...
Stateline
Despite improvements across the board, the majority of high school graduates still aren’t college or career ready, according to a report by ACT, which ...
kids in school
Most states have received waivers from the federal No Child Left Behind law, but some have found flexibility harder to come by.
forum fyi
Karen Pittman, co-founder and CEO of the Forum for Youth Investment, interviewed by Frameworks, stresses that we need to think about learning in its more intrinsic ...