Social and emotional development is difficult work but is inextricably linked to the success of young people. Students who have a sense of belonging and purpose, who can work well with their peers and who have the abilities to reliably meet commitments and fulfill obligations are far more likely to reach their full potential.
Across the nation, county and municipal leaders are aligning multiple agencies to develop better policies, procedures and programmatic efforts to support the success of children, youth and their families.
Frustrated by federal policy barriers preventing you from providing coordinated services and supports for disconnected youth? The Forum for Youth Investment's policy team walked through the specific components of the Round Three P3 application and share resources that will help you develop a quality proposal.
Did you know
that a huge meta-analysis of juvenile justice programs concluded that “there is no indication that there were juveniles whose risk level was so high that they did not respond to effective interventions?”
that this analysis of over 500 studies landed on a simple but powerful four-part prescription for program success that applies to home-grown programs as well as branded models?
that this standardized program evaluation protocol is being used to both flag and fix practice gaps within major juvenile justice and child welfare systems?
that this model parallels the approach used to create the David P. Weikart Center’s Youth Program Quality Intervention used by hundreds of afterschool systems?
Monday, June 6, 2016 - 3:00pm to Wednesday, June 8, 2016 - 1:30pm
The Collective Impact Forum's third annual Catalyzing Large Scale Change: The Funder’s Role in Collective Impact convening is designed specifically for grantmakers to provide opportunities for deep learning and peer-exchange on a range of important topics.
Monday, May 2, 2016 - 10:00am to Wednesday, May 4, 2016 - 4:00pm
GEO’s National Conference offers participants the opportunity to examine current challenges within the field, hear new ideas for smarter grantmaking practices that achieve better results, and engage in meaningful peer discussions.