Positive Youth Justice, Part Four: William F. James Ranch, Santa Clara County, Calif.
Last month, The Imprint began “Positive Youth Justice: Curbing Crime, Building Assets,” a series that imagines an entire continuum of juvenile justice services built on the positive youth development (PYD) framework.
Santa Clara County Children’s Agenda 2014 Data Book
The 2014 Children’s Data Book reports on how our children are faring in each of the four goals of the Children’s Agenda – safety, health, success in learning, success in life.
The Children’s Agenda: 2014 Children’s Data Book
The Children’s Agenda provides 13 explicit goals and data indicators of child well-being that are collected and monitored over time to track and measure our children’s progress. The Agenda gives us a rigorous and reliable way to develop and maximize partnerships, attract resources and implement policies that will lead to positive change on behalf of all the community’s children and youth.