The informative report summarizes each of the 27 sessions at the Policy Forum as well as makes 10 recommendations for Federal and State policies as well as local promising practices. The 5th annual Alternative Accountability Policy Forum was attended by 225 education, workforce and research leaders from 18 states and Washington D.C. Presenters included school leaders, career development professionals, university researchers, opportunity youth advocates and others who care about supporting at promise students.
Both Drs. Gonzales and de Velasco brought their expertise on serving disadvantaged communities and their ability to gracefully interact with our participants and to elegantly summarize the sessions and policy recommendations that came from the panelists.
If you are interested in purchasing hard copies of the report for advocacy efforts in your state, please contact RAPSA Executive Director, Ernie Silva at: email@example.com
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