News & Releases
NYEC Seeks a Full-Time Director to Provide Leadership and Set Priorities for Growth of NYEC, Its Members and the Field.
NYEC is Pleased to Officially Open Registration for Our Fall 2015 Policy Convening! Please Join Us in Washington DC on November 18 as NYEC Convenes Members and Stakeholders for a Day-long Session Focusing on Key Federal Policy Issues, Important Aspects of WIOA Implementation, and Other Trending Youth Employment Topics.
The Annie E. Casey Foundation's New Learn and Earn to Achieve Potential (LEAP) Initiative for Youth and Young Adults.
The Board has Engaged Kate O'Sullivan and Don Spangler to Assist NYEC in Informing and Implementing Federal Policies for Disconnected Youth, and Building the Evidence Base of Quality Practice to Serve Disconnected Youth.
Legislative & Policy Updates
DOE Office of Career, Technical and Adult Education releases "My Brother's Keeper: Task Force Report to the President"
Mathematica Policy Research releases "Developing Competency-BasedProgram Models in Three Community Colleges"President Obama signs Workforce Innovation and Opportunity Act into Law
National career and technical education stakeholders and advocates release a vision for student-centered approaches that prepare all students for college and career success
A new study, based on a symposium hosted by Our Piece of the Pie, offers several arguments for personalized pedagogies
Education Week's annual Diplomas Count report includes interactive graphics collecting results for student subpopulations across the country
A new report from Brookings explores factors associated with disconnection for older youth and young adults, finding, among other things,that employment rates differ more by education than they do by race
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