Youth in Decision-Making

S. Zeldin
January 1, 2000

This research is based on interviews with youth and adults from 15 organizations across the country. It addresses a series of questions including: “Does it contribute to the overall effectiveness, creating organizations that are able to meet the developmental needs and concerns of adolescents?” It makes the case for the positive impacts young people can have on both organizations and adults when the young people have meaningful decision-making roles.