Stanford’s Gardner Center for Youth and Their Communities

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This Online resource is devoted to data use and capacity building. The strategy presented by the John W. Gardner Center for Youth and Their Communities is a three-pronged approach to facilitate the use of data to drive action; identify what works for youth in and across settings and systems; embed youth development as a city-wide approach to creative thriving environments for youth; and facilitate the creation of shared frameworks to guide planning, decision making, and ongoing capacity building.

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