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Career and Technical Education's Role in Dropout Prevention and Recovery (2007)
This issue brief will explore the critical role that career and technical education (CTE) plays in dropout prevention and recovery. High quality career and technical education can help more students persist in and complete high school by preparing them for the postsecondary education and training that will be critical to future economic successes; by increasing student engagement; by building positive relationships; and by providing innovative delivery methods. Includes vignettes of programs or schools in Midwest City, Oklahoma; Miami, Florida; and Cincinnati, Ohio. --Retrieved Nov. 2007
FY 2008 Labor, HHS and Education Appropriations Conference Report 110-424 - Nov. 2007
FY 2008 Labor, HHS and Education Appropriations Conference Report 110-424. 11/15/2007 
NYEC's WIA Side-by-Side - October 2007 (Members Only)
Updated WIA side-by-side comparing H.R. 3747 (introduced by the House Ed & Labor Republicans in Oct. 2007), S. 1021 (passed by the Senate in 2006), existing WIA law, and NYEC's reauthorization recommendations.  10/8/2007
Budget Chart - Oct. 2007
NYEC's side-by-side comparison of FY 2007 and FY 2008 appropriations and the Administration's FY 2008 budget request. Updated 10/25/2007
Vulnerable Youth: Background and Policies (April, 2007)
This report first provides an overview of the youth population and the increasing complexity of transitioning to adulthood for all adolescents. It also provides a separate discussion of the concept of disconnectedness, as well as the protective factors youth can develop during childhood and adolescence that can mitigate poor outcomes. Further, the report describes the evolution of federal youth policy, focusing on three time periods, and provides a brief overview of current federal programs targeted at vulnerable youth. The report then discusses the challenges of coordinating federal programs for youth, as well as federal legislation and initiatives that promote coordination among federal agencies and support programs with a positive youth development focus. Order Code RL33975. Author: Adrienne L. Fernandes. April 24, 2007. Prepared for Members and Committees of Congress.
NYEC's Letter on Proposed WIA Rescission to Senators Specter and Harkin - July 2006
July 11, 2006 - On behalf of the National Youth Employment Coalition (NYEC) I am writing to urge you to oppose the proposed rescission of $325 million in employment and training funds in projected "carryover" in Workforce Investment Act funds (WIA) for Program Year 2006 (per the House-reported version of the FY 2007 Labor-HHS-Education bill). 7/14/2006
Performance and Results
USDOL's Web Page on Performance and Results
USDOL Training and Employment Guidance Letter (TEGL) 17-05, Common Measures Policy for the ETA's Performance Accoutability System and Related Performance Issues - Feb. 2006
Common Measures Policy for the Employment and Training Administration's (ETA) Performance Accountability System and Related Performance Issues.  Training and Employment Guidance Letter (TEGL) No. 17-05, released Feb. 17, 2006.  The intent of this guidance letter is to replace existing guidance with a single, unified Department of Labor guidance document on the common measures and WIA Section 136 performance accountability system.  This guidance sets forth one set of measurs to be used for both common measures reporting purposes and WIA Section 136 performance accountability purposes (with certain exceptions). 2/17/2006
Whatever It Takes: How Twelve Communities Are Reconnecting Out-of-School Youth (2006)
"Whatever It Takes: How Twelve Communities Are Reconnecting Out-Of-School Youth" documents what committed educators, policymakers, and community leaders across the country are doing to reconnect out-of-school youth to the social and economic mainstream. It provides background on the serious high school dropout problem and describes in-depth what twelve communities are doing to reconnect dropouts to education and employment training. It also includes descriptions of major national program models serving out-of-school youth. Case Studies include: Montgomery County (Dayton), Ohio; Jefferson County (Louisville), Kentucky; Austin, Texas; Salt Lake City, Utah; Portland, Oregon; Oakland, California; Trenton, New Jersey; Baltimore, Maryland; Pima County (Tucson), Arizona; Camden, New Jersey; Milwaukee, Wisconsin; Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. Published by the American Youth Policy Forum (AYPF), 2006.
National Sign-on Letter on Labor, HHS, and Education Appropriations - Nov. 2005
NYEC's national sign-on letter on Labor, HHS, and Education appropriations. 11/1/2005
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