Strategic Plan

PYN Strategic Plan

2017-2020 Strategic Plan
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Annual Reports

PYN Annual Report 2015-2016

PYN

2015-2016 Annual Report

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WorkReady 2014-2015 Status Report

WorkReady

2014-2015 Status Report

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Project U-Turn 2014-2015 Status Report

Project U-Turn

2014-2015 Status Report

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PCCCS 2013-2014 Annual Report

PCCCS

2013-2014 Annual Report

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Archives
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Research

After School Programs and Academic Impact: A Study of Chicago's After School Matters 
Robert George et. al. Chapin Hall Center for Children at the University of Chicago. 2007


Are Teens in Low-Income and Welfare Families Working Too Much? 
Robert Lerman. Urban Institute. 2000


Building a Comprehensive Youth Employment Delivery System: Examples of Effective Practice 
Sara Hastings, et. al. Center for Law and Social Policy. 2010


Career Academies: Long-Term Impacts on Labor Market Outcomes, Educational Attainment and Transition to Adulthood 
James Kemple and Cynthia J. Willner. MDRC 2008


Career Advancement Prospects and Strategies for Low-Wage Minority Workers 
Harry Holzer. Urban Institute. 2000


Helping Disconnected Youth by Improving Linkages Between High School and Careers 
Robert Lerman. Urban Institute. 1996


High School Employment: Meaningful Connections for At-Risk Youth 
Duncan Chapin and Jane Hannaway. Urban Institute. 1996


Work-Based Learning and Higher Education: A Research Perspective 
W.S. Swail and E. Kampits. Education Policy Institute. 2004


Working and Growing Up in America 
Jaylen T. Mortimer. Harvard University Press. 2004


Working Knowledge: Work-Based Learning and Education Reform 
Thomas Bailey, Katherine L. Hughes and David Thornton Moore. Teachers College, Columbia University. 2004

A Promise Worth Keeping 
Advancing the high school graduation rate in Philadelphia - Full Report. May 2015


A Promise Worth Keeping 
Advancing the high school graduation rate in Philadelphia - Brief. May 2015


Academic Programs in Alternative Education 
Betsy Brown Ruzzi and Jacqueline Kraemer. An Overview. National Center for Education and the Economy. 2006


An Overview of Alternative Education 
Laudan Aron. The Urban Institute. 2006


Building a Learning Agenda Around Disconnected Youth 
Dan Bloom, et. al. MDRC. 2010


Creating Postsecondary Pathways to Good Jobs for Young High School Dropouts 
Linda Harris and Evelyn Ganzglass. Center for American Progress. 2008.


Evaluation of the Youth Opportunity Grant Initiative 
Decision Information Resources for the U.S. Department of Labor Employment and Training Administration. 2008


Improving Education and Employment for Disadvantaged Young Men 
Carol Heinrich and Harry Holzer. National Poverty Center. 2010


One Third of a Nation 
Educational Testing Service. 2005


Pathways to Graduation: Data-Driven Strategies for Differentiated Graduation Rate Improvements 
The Parthenon Group. 2008


What's a youngster to do? The education and labor market plight of youth in high poverty communities 
Clearinghouse Review Journal of Poverty Law and Policy, pp. 126–34, July–August 2005

From Diplomas to Degrees: Examining the Path To and Through College 
December 2015


Closing the Aspirations - Attainment Gap: Implications for High School Reform 
Melissa Roderick. Consortium on Chicago School Research at the University of Chicago. 2009


Coming to Our Senses: Education and the American Future 
The College Board. 2008


Forming a College-Going Community in U.S. Public High Schools 
Barbara Schneider. Michigan State University, for the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation. 2007


Promoting the Transition from High School to College through Credit-Based Transfer Programs 
Thomas Bailey and Melinda Mechur Karp. Columbia University Teachers College. 2003


Ready for College and Ready for Career: Same or Different? 
ACT. 2006


Supporting College Transitions Through Collaborative Programming: A Conceptual Model for Guiding Policy 
Melinda Mechur Karp and Katherine T. Hughes. 2008. Teachers College Record Volume 110, Number 4, April 2008

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