Wisconsin Family Impact Seminar #31

Preparing Wisconsin’s Youth for Success in the Workforce

February 13, 2013

Download the Full Report (pdf)
Download the Executive Summary (pdf)

Featured Speakers

William Symonds, Director of Pathways to Prosperity, Harvard Graduate School of Education
Preparing Wisconsin’s Youth for Success: Lessons from Other States

James Kemple, Research Professor, Steinhardt School of Culture, Education, and Human Development and Executive Director, Research Alliance for New York City Schools, New York University
Improving Youth Labor Market Prospects: Long-Term Findings From an Evaluation of Career Academies

Timothy Bartik, Senior Economist, W. E. Upjohn Institute for Employment Research
Early Childhood Programs for State Economic Development

Wisconsin Reactor Panel

Additional Chapters/Materials

Wisconsin Efforts to Prepare Youth for Success in the Workforce, by L. Allen Phelps

Selected Resources on Preparing Youth for the Workforce, by Wisconsin Family Impact Seminars Staff

Wisconsin’s Early Care and Education Landscape: Planning for a Coherent System (Executive Summary), by the Wisconsin Council on Children and Families

The State of Preschool 2011: State Preschool Yearbook (Wisconsin Data), by W. Steven Barnett, Megan E. Carolan, Jen Fitzgerald, and James H. Squires

Wisconsin Early Childhood System Assessment Report, by Katherine Magnuson

The Economic Power of Early Childhood Education in Wisconsin, by Rob Grunewald and Don Bezruki

Bay View & Washington Career Academy Data