Project U-Turn releases ‘Renewed Commitment’
Posted by Philadelphia Youth Network on June 19, 2017
After ten years of improving education opportunities for Philadelphia’s disconnected young people, Project U-Turn underwent a strategic planning process and restructuring. On June 12, members of Project U-Turn renewed their commitment to young Philadelphians. City leaders rallied as an alliance in support of Project U-Turn’s new goals and strategies to increase the graduation rate and prepare young people for future opportunities. The new goals were focused around increasing re-engagement, reducing the number of young people who disconnect from high school and increasing the percent of connections to a post-secondary education, training program and/or employment.
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