Re-engaging Dropout Youth
Pathways to Education: An Integrated Approach to Helping At-Risk High School Students
Pathways to Education is a comprehensive youth support program developed to improve academic outcomes among those entering high school from very poor social-economic backgrounds.
The New Forgotten Half and Research Directions to Support Them
This report focuses mainly on community colleges, which serve a large proportion of low-income and first-generation college students, but also churn out many students who walk away without a degree. The authors outline the challenges facing these students and suggest areas where research can guide schools, counselors, students, and families, and ultimately help young people complete their education.
An infographic giving a summary of the impacts and causes of truancy and reviews common best practices.
Five Things to know about Youth not Employed or in School
Source:Child Trends, Nick Carrington, 2.20.15
Education Council Grant Will Set Focus on Outreach
Source: Sword, Katy, Outlook, 8.25.15
Oregon Youth Challenge
The National Guard Youth ChalleNGe Program is an evidence-based program designed to provide opportunities to adolescents who have dropped out of school but demonstrate a desire to improve their potential for successful and productive lives.
Turning Points in High School and Dropout: A stress process, life course framework
A paper examining the similarity of pathways leading to dropout. This article explores other current references as well.
Investing in Boys and Young Men of Color: The promise and opportunity
An issue brief focusing on dropout prevention and recovery-related issues as it pertains to young men of color.
The Center for Law and Social Policy (CLASP) website is an excellent resource for issues pertaining to youth and the advancement of critical issues regarding youth through policy.