Using Evidence-Informed Practices to Advance Youth Self-Sufficiency and Well-Being (Presentation)
Publisher: Vail, CO: Rocky Mountain Workforce Development Association Conference
Aug 29, 2018
Many state and local agencies want to use evidence to make progress on improving their services but don’t know where to start. This presentation discusses what is known about career and educational support for out-of-school youth and how to use a new assessment tool to help rate the use of evidence-informed interventions and move forward to meet program goals.
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