- Summarizes the findings of evaluations of programs to help connect dropouts with education and/or employment, noting that "[m]ost second-chance programs for youth have never been formally evaluated for effectiveness. Moreover, because the programs are often run by small community-based organizations, the most rigorous evaluation methods are probably not feasible or appropriate in many cases."
- Develops a continuum of intervention strategies to help those ranging from the "least unconnected" to the "most disconnected" youth, and
- Identifies areas of unmet need.
Monday, June 27, 2011
Just recently revisited Building a Learning Agenda Around Disconnected Youth. This excellent paper: