In 2008, the National Youth Employment Coalition (NYEC) convened teams of local and state leaders representing 13 communities in 10 states for cross-site meetings focused on developing expertise and building capacity to re-engage youth who are struggling in or have dropped out of high school and to connect them to education and career opportunities. This document provides a distillation of the major themes discussed in the NYEC Learning Exchanges.
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Title:: Expanding Education Options for Struggling Students and Disconnected Youth: Lessons from the National Youth Employment Coalition Learning Exchanges
Publication date: 2009-01-01
Publication Year: 2009
National Youth Employment Coalition
, education options
, school youth
, expand education
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