This handbook for is designed for staff, teachers, and community leaders. The YELL curriculum is divided into three units: Communication, Leadership, and Research and Action. While the sessions in each unit can be used independently, the three units are designed to build on one another and to inform leadership or action projects that apply the principles and frameworks of youth development. Units 1 and 2 work well as stand alone curriculum. Unit 3 requires the skills built through Units 1 and 2.
Every two years, the federal Civil Rights Data Collection gathers data from every public school district, including charter schools, juvenile justice facilities and alternative schools. The latest data available on ... MORE
What are the opportunities to use data for greater leverage toward systemic change? This video/training explores a dialogue that complicates our relationship with data and goes beyond traditional inquiries into ... MORE
Education Not Deportation: Impacts of New York City School Safety Policies on South Asian Immigrant Youth
This report from Desis Rising Up and Moving (DRUM) is based on a Participatory Action Research (PAR) project that documents South Asian youths’ experiences with police, school safety officers, and ... MORE