mPremium content.
Free
for
registered users Learn more

Resource Archive

 

Explore this collection of tools, reports, guides and other materials selected from across the expertise of the Ready by 21 National Partnership. You can search for specific resources using the filters on the left side or using the drop down menus below.

Brochure
August 26, 2011
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.
Brochure
August 5, 2011
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.
Report
August 5, 2011
This report describes the Ready by 21 National Partnership, the theory of change and the work of communities across the country working to implement Ready by 21 Strategies.
Tagged in: Report, Southeast
Brochure
August 5, 2011
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.
Brochure
June 14, 2011
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.
Presentation
March 2, 2011
Louisville, Kentucky
This powerpoint presentation provides an overview of the efforts underway in Louisville, Ken., to coordinate youth services and funding, to ensure that the right services are where they are most needed, resources coming in to the community are maximized, individual providers are accountable for program results, and the system as a whole measures and track outcomes.
Action Plan
August 31, 2010
Nashville, Tennessee
The Nashville Mayor’s Child and Youth Master Plan is first and foremost a living document that seeks to clarify and prioritize what Nashville as a city want to see and commit to concerning the well-being of its children and youth. It is also a call to the larger community to develop broader partnerships, set attainable goals, employ data driven decision making and engage in bolder strategies.
Presentation
March 11, 2010
This presentation shows how Florida is designing and implementing data sharing between state agencies and equipping providers with a tool that helps them better serve children, youth and families.
Presentation
August 15, 2009
Karen Pittman, president and CEO of the Forum for Youth Investment, challenged Chattanooga, Tenn., to come together as a community to change the way it serves and supports young people. In this speech and accompanying graphics, she describes the dynamic potential of catalytic partnerships.