American Youth Policy Forum

American Youth Policy Forum

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  • 5 Ways States Can Support Evidence-informed School Improvement

    This is the third post in our eight-part blog series on using research evidence under the Every Student Succeeds Act (ESSA). Check back every week for the latest installment. Also, be sure to sign up for our March 7 webinar, ESSA and Research

  • Leadership Matters

    This post is part of our eight-part blog series on using research evidence under the Every Student Succeeds Act (ESSA). Check back every week for the latest installment. Also, be sure to sign up for our March 7 webinar, ESSA and Research

  • Learning Systems: Improving Education in States and Districts

    This post, co -authored by Vivian Tseng and Anu Malipatil, is the first in our eight-part blog series on using research evidence under the Every Student Succeeds Act (ESSA). Check back every week for the latest installment. Also be sure to sign

  • The Pendulum Swings Again, and Students Win

    I’ve worked in education policy long enough to have seen many pendulum swings.  We are seeing a big pendulum swing now, as we pull back from the era of No Child Left Behind and what I would call the technocratic

  • Computer Science Education: Preparing Informed Decision-Makers and Innovators

    In this post, originally published on the Education Development Center‘s (EDC) Learning & Teaching Blog, EDC Senior Project Director Jim Stanton shares insights on the importance of computer science education for students and preparing for an economy that will demand

  • What We Have to Be Thankful for in Education Policy

    For many, this time of year is a time for personal reflection, to think about for what and whom we are thankful. Beyond reflecting on our own good fortunes, it is also a time for those working in education and on

  • Keeping It Real: Building Bridges Between Employers and Schools

    Guest blogger Jessica Juliuson is a senior training and technical assistance associate at Education Development Center, Inc. (EDC), where she supports districts and schools in making systemic changes to ensure youth acquire the skills and knowledge they need to become

  • Searching from Left to Right to Find Common Ground

    “We must learn to live together as brothers or perish together as fools.” -Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. The American Youth Policy Forum works hard to maintain a nonpartisan stance in the political sphere, serving as a neutral convener for

  • “Nothing About Us, Without Us:” Leveraging Youth Voice for Change-making

    Young people are often their own best advocates, and their voices can be leveraged to impact change. Youth advocacy is especially powerful for vulnerable populations, such as youth who are homeless, in foster care, or justice-involved, who can draw upon

  • Trick or Treat? Competency-Based Learning Under ESSA

    As my own children are feverishly planning which houses to visit tonight, based upon who has given the best Halloween candy in the past, I’ve been thinking a lot about tricks and treats. We don’t often evaluate education policy through

American Youth Policy Forum

Category: Content
Type: Blog Article

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American Youth Policy Forum

Category: Content
Type: Blog Article

Generated 5 months ago

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  • Young People Are Frustrated, but Not Apathetic

      What would motivate a young person in 2016 to be politically or civically engaged? Voters on both ends of the political spectrum are as unhappy about their party’s candidate as they’ve been in decades, trust in bedrock institutions like

American Youth Policy Forum

Category: Content
Type: Blog Article

Generated 5 months ago

American Youth Policy Forum

Category: Content
Type: Blog Article

Generated 5 months ago

American Youth Policy Forum

Category: Content
Type: Blog Article

Generated 5 months ago

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