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June 13, 2024

Keeping Track of New York City's Children: 2024

Citizens’ Committee for Children of New York recently released their 2024 edition of their Keeping Track of New York City’s Children publication. With an eye towards building a diverse, inclusive and equitable city, the publication leverages data to illustrate both strengths and shortcomings in the well-being experienced by New Yorkers. The report is broken down into areas such as education, housing and homelessness, health, community and environment, and more. You can access the data either through the PDF publication or through an interactive website via the CCC website. 

May 22, 2024

Boosting Transfer Student Success at CUNY

Do you support college prep, access, and success, and are you curious to learn more about the landscape of college transfer within the CUNY system? In March 2024, Center for an Urban Future released a report about the college transfer experience within CUNY. The report first disaggregates and examines student outcomes data, identifying uneven experiences based on factors such as demographics and campus, and then looks at promising practices within CUNY and beyond. Finally, the piece outlines strategic recommendations, both on a CUNY-level and a city/state level, that would improve student outcomes and increase equity. Read the full report on the CUF website. 

April 25, 2024

On Our Terms: Restorative Justice in NYC Schools

Curious to learn more about restorative justice in schools? Check out the recently launched project, On Our Terms. The project was designed by an intergenerational group of New York City students, parents, educators, and activists, shaped by the wisdom of first-hand experience with restorative justice and activism. The interactive online platform, and the companion print report, provides an opportunity to hear about topics such as community and healing, reimagining safety, racial justice, and more. Check out the project to learn more about what restorative justice looks like in NYC schools today, as well as what the future could hold. 

March 28, 2024

Youth Work 2.0: Expanding Career Pathways for the Youth Development Sector

In their new paper, Youth Work 2.0: Expanding Career Pathways for the Youth Development Sector, Change Impact expands upon decades of research and practice to offer three strategies for career development for youth workers and tools that can guide a more equitable approach to workforce development. They provide examples from their partners to demonstrate the benefits of investing in youth workers. Change Impact has also included a curated list of new resources on this topic.

March 28, 2024

Measuring Youth Development: How Out-of-School Time Programs Collect and Use Data

Assessing an organization’s efforts can be a first step to improving them. At youth programs, good data can mean better decisions on staff training, student activities, and other key matters. This report from the Wallace Foundation looks at how afterschool, summer, and other out-of-school-time (OST) programs gauge their work and impact. It also examines the obstacles they face in doing so. In addition to surveying these common challenges, the report offers recommendations for how to remove those obstacles. It is based in large part on interviews and surveys of staff from OST programs that experts in the OST field recommended for study. 

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