CCRY Fall 2014 Meeting Materials

On October 2-3, 2014 CLASP convened the fall meeting of the CCRY Network in Kansas City, MO. The meeting was hosted by the Full Employment Council. During the day and a half, network members and guests engaged in strategic dialogue on behalf of disconnected and disadvantaged youth, with special attention paid to the new Workforce Innovation and Opportunity Act (WIOA). Below are the PowerPoint presentations and other materials from the meeting.

About the Meeting:

  1. Agenda
  2. Participant List
  3. Guests
  4. CCRY Background

National Policy:

  1. Presentation on National Policy Update
  2. My Brother’s Keeper Task Force Report to the President
  3. Changing the Odds for Disconnected Youth: Initial Design Considerations for Performance Partnership Pilots
  4. Updates to the P3 Consultation Paper and Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs)
  5. CLASP Comments on the Higher Education Affordability Act

Unpacking WIOA:

  1. Presentation on Unpacking WIOA
  2. Facilitated Discussion on Unpacking WIOA
  3. New Opportunities to Improve Economic and Career Success for Low-Income Youth and Adults: Key Provisions of WIOA
  4. WIOA Key Statutorily – Required Implementation Dates For Programs Administered by the Department of Labor
  5. WIOA Key Statutorily – Required Implementation Dates  For Adult Education and Family Literacy Act (AEFLA)

Alliance for Quality Career Pathways:

  1. Slides
  2. Framework Version 1.0 Executive summary
  3. Local Regional Partnership Self-Assessment Tool

Data and Performance Metrics:

  1. Presentation on CCRY Research Initiative
  2. CCRY Research Initiative
  3. CCRY Research Initiative Results

Resources and Publications:

  1. Over-age, Under-credited Students and Public Charter Schools: An Exploration of Successes, Strategies and Opportunities for Expansion
  2. Don’t Call Them Dropouts: Understanding the Experiences of Young People Who Leave High School Before Graduation
  3. EITC Expansion Proposals: What’s at Stake for Young Workers
  4. New Census Data Tell Us That Poverty Fell in 2013: Children and Young Adults Still Face the Greatest Risks
  5. Grads of Life campaign