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Credentialed by 26 Challenge

Tuesday, June 14, 2011
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The Credentialed by 26 Challenge (March-October, 2011) helps selected communities increase supports for older youth – with an emphasis on helping more low-income, minority and first-generation college-goers obtain postsecondary credentials with labor market value.
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Gallup Student Poll

The Gallup Student Poll

Friday, May 15, 2009
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Gallup has harnessed years of research and development, and distilled three key indicators of student success into a single metric. The free poll measures student hope for the future, engagement with school, and wellbeing - factors that have been shown to drive students' grades, achievement scores, retention, and future employment.
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Tennessee Commission on Children and Youth's Resource Mapping for Children

Tennessee's resource mapping has yielded information that is helpful to decisionmakers. For example, resource mapping revealed a 'very heavy alliance on federal funding for the provision of essential services and supports for children and families' and the report recommended ensuring that all possible sources of federal funding are maximized.

Friday, August 26, 2011
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Tennessee has analyzed all federal and state funding sources that support the health, safety, permanence, growth, development and education of children in their state. This brochure explains their process and highlights findings.
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Ready by 21 Brochure

Wednesday, August 5, 2009
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The Ready by 21 Brochure provides an overview of the Ready by 21 theory of change and Strategies. It also introduces some key graphics used to illustrate key concepts. It is a helpful beginning point to understanding the mission and work of the Ready by 21 National Partnership.

Ready by 21 Quality Improvement & Assets Building Challenge Grants

Friday, August 5, 2011
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The Q&A Challenge is a research-based technical assistance model designed to help communities systematically assess developmental assets in a population of children and youth and then improve the quality of out-of-school time settings where these children and youth spend time. The Q&A Challenge represents an advance in community level efforts to align out-of-school time programmatic resources with community-specific profiles of developmental assets.
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Ready by 21 Southeast Challenge Overview

Friday, August 5, 2011
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The Southeast Cities Challenge is an initiative to develop core leadership capacities that are critical to efforts to improve child and youth outcomes from birth to young adulthood. The Ready by 21 National Partnership, a coalition of prominent national organizations whose members touch the lives of over 100 million children and youth across the country, created the Challenge as part of its current focus on working in the Southeast region of the U.S.
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Columbus, IN Council for Youth Development Brochure

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Columbus, IN
Friday, August 5, 2011
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The Columbus, Ind., Council for Youth Development brought together the local school system, youth-serving agencies, government, United Way and several other stakeholder groups, with support from Ready by 21. The goal: Help prepare Columbus' children to be healthy, successful members of society. The council's brochure shows how a local leadership group can communicate its work and core messages to the public.
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