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NYEC FY 2012 Appropriations and Budget Side by Side
NYEC FY 2012 Appropriations and Budget Side by Side
NYEC WIA Recs
NYEC  WIA Recommendations
NYEC WIA Letter of Support
Our Letter
RAISE UP Act
U.S. Senator Debbie Stabenow and U.S. Representative Dale Kildee today introduced the Reengaging Americans in Serious Education by Uniting Programs Act (RAISE UP). The legislation will coordinate existing initiatives so they are working together to improve services to youth who have dropped out of high school so they can attain a diploma, a post-secondary credential, and a family-supporting career.
WIA Budget Letter
WIA Budget Letter
FY12 Budget Side-by-Side
FY12 Budget Side-by-Side
Building Capacity for Reconnecting Youth
This brief is designed to assist community and state leaders, youth advocates, educators, and other stakeholders interested in improving or expanding upon the options for struggling students and out-of-school youth.  It provides background on important aspects of building capacity to help local- and state-level stakeholders think about where to start, how to assess how their community or state is doing, and how to improve or expand upon work already under way. 
Data Collection and Use for Reconnecting Youth
This brief is designed to assist community and state leaders, youth advocates, educators, and other stakeholders interested in improving or expanding upon the options for struggling students and out-of-school youth.  It provides background on important aspects of data collection and use to help local- and state-level stakeholders think about where to start, how to assess how their community or state is doing, and how to improve or expand upon work already under way. 
Funding for Reconnecting Youth
This brief is designed to assist community and state leaders, youth advocates, educators, and other stakeholders interested in improving or expanding upon the options for struggling students and out-of-school youth.  It provides background on important aspects of funding to help local- and state-level stakeholders think about where to start, how to assess how their community or state is doing, and how to improve or expand upon work already under way. 
State and Local Policy for Reconnecting Youth
This brief is designed to assist community and state leaders, youth advocates, educators, and other stakeholders interested in improving or expanding upon the options for struggling students and out-of-school youth.  It provides background on important aspects of policy to help local- and state-level stakeholders think about where to start, how to assess how their community or state is doing, and how to improve or expand upon work already under way. 
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