Community collaborative groups such as the Road Map Project that work on issues impacting opportunity youth operate within a context of structural inequity that makes achieving equitable outcomes challenging. This report ...Read More
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This report from the Aspen Institute Forum for Community Solutions looks at the ways in which opportunity youth collaborative groups around the country have been removing barriers and improving systems ...Read More
This report synthesizes interviews with 127 opportunity youth ages 18 to 29 conducted as part of the Generation Work project. These young adults share their experiences disengaging from traditional education ...Read More
Opportunity youth face a complex set of current barriers and past difficulties. These youth also have strengths, and there are numerous opportunities for reengagement. This report, conducted by the Washington ...Read More
Reengaging opportunity youth (16- to 24-year-olds disengaged from work and school) is an important area of work in our region. In 2016, all Washington State Open Doors Programs submitted student-level ...Read More