As organizations, practitioners, government officials and parents, we can all be community leaders in helping our teens obtain the supports they need to succeed. This is a place where we can share knowledge, practices, and initiatives. Check here for materials and send us a note to let us know you’re interested in working with us to create systemic change within our communities.
TED Talks Education on Nine PBS May 7th
Share Positive Stories About Teens
Demand a Plan to End Gun Violence and Build a Civil Society
Child Trends: Adolescent Mental Health
Invest in Youth from Cradle to Career
What is Grit and Why Does It Matter?
Scholarship Central Represents Positive Impact of Collaboration
American Graduate: Tune In and Share Your Story
College Completion by State
Local Teens Speak Up About Violence
A Message in the Wake of the Tragedies of Violence Against Children
Community Solutions to Curb Youth Violence
Tune in for American Graduate Day!
Building a Better Workforce
Teens Speak Up About Dropout Crisis
Community Action Heroes Needed!
New Case Foundation Survey Measures Teens’ Views on Activism
A Community at Odds: Graduating the Most ‘at-risk’
Funders and Service Providers Working Together in Networks
‘Bully’ – A Must See Movie
American Graduate: Teen Voices
All I Really Need to Know I Learned in Kindergarten – But Why?
Inspiring Young People Beyond Knowledge
Teens Engage Community and Build Social Capital
Dropping out of high school? Might be illegal if you’re under 18.