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Speaking in One Voice: Toward Common Measures of OST Programs and Systems

As more places develop community-wide OST partnerships and strategies, more sophisticated approaches to assessment will be important to persuade policy makers and funders that investments in both programming and infrastructure are important.

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    Alicia Wilson-Ahlstrom | The Forum for Youth Investment
    Nicole Yohalem | The Forum for Youth Investment
    Jessica Donner | The Forum for Youth Investment

  • Date Posted

    November 2008

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