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Pell Grant Handout June 2012 - Youth Advocacy Guide
This handout provides answers to basic questions about the Pell Grant Program. Also includes a list of guiding questions to help youth and young adults critically think about financial aid for postsecondary education.
The State of City Leadership for Children and Families 1/20/2010
This groundbreaking new YEF Institute report identifies the nation‚??s 32 most cutting-edge city innovations to help children and families thrive, and documents emerging and established trends in municipal leadership to promote child and family well-being. 

Building on the YEF Institute‚??s intensive work with hundreds of cities over the past decade, The State of City Leadership for Children and Families highlights the progress that cities have made and the potential for future action in nine areas.

The publication was released October 13, 2009, before more than 350 municipal leaders attending the 2009 National Summit on Your City‚??s Families in Boston.

One Dream, Two Realities: Perspectives of Parents on America's High Schools
Based on a survey and focus groups, examines parents' engagement and satisfaction with their children's high schools, by income, race/ethnicity, education, and school performance. Suggests ways for schools and parents to work together more effectively.

Published: October 2008 by Civic Enterprises
Authors: Bridgeland, J. M.; Dilulio, J. J.; Streeter, R. T.; & Mason, J. R.
Funder(s): Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation
Related Organization(s): Peter D. Hart Research Associates
Subject(s): Elementary and Secondary Education, School Reform
America's Career InfoNet
America's Career InfoNet is a resource for making informed career
decisions to support a demand-driven workforce investment system.
AmeriCorps
AmeriCorps is a network of local, state, and national service programs that connects more than 70,000 Americans each year in intensive service to meet our country's critical needs in education, public safety, health, and the environment.
Arsalyn's Democracy in Action
Arsalyn's Democracy in Action civic education project brings high school students trained by their teachers into elementary schools to teach students about democracy and voting.
Career Information for Kids
Exploring career information with the Bureau of Labor Statistics.
Career Voyages
Start exploring career options and be in demand by knowing about high growth jobs with better wages and a brighter future.
College Is Possible
College Is Possible is the American Council on Education's K-16 youth development program that motivates middle- and high school students from underserved communities to seek a college education.
College Opportunities On-Line
Conduct a quick search and locate information on colleges, universities, and other postsecondary institutions. Information is included on college costs, financial aid, degrees awarded, and enrollments.
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