What School Leaders Need to Know, a new policy brief just issued by IEL, provides important information about the changing legal landscape affecting the preparation of youth with disabilities for work.
The Department of Justice awarded IEL $3 million to continue and expand the Ready to Achieve Mentoring Program, its career-focused mentoring model for youth with disabilities involved or at risk of becoming involved in the juvenile justice system.
The IEL-led National Collaborative on Workforce and Disability for Youth recently released two new briefs to improve youth financial capability. One brief focuses on what families can do and the other brief is targeted directly to young people.
The IEL-led National Collaborative on Workforce and Disability for Youth recently released "By Youth, For Youth: Employment," a youth-driven, youth-friendly employment guide
IEL announced the selection of four sites across the country to be included in the second cohort for its Right Turn Career-Focused Transition Initiative for youth in the juvenile justice system.