Trainings for Youth Workers

All too often, a gap exists between what the research says is best practice and how best practice can realistically be implemented. As a society, we tend to put all the responsibility of educating our youth in the hands of the schools, when, in fact, the majority of a youth’s waking hours are spent outside of the classroom.  Our work with organizations and with youth workers bridges the research-to-practice gap so young people can fully learn from the time they spend in various educational opportunities throughout their waking day.  Hear Amy Croll talk about the importance of quality in a short podcast with the Iowa Council of Foundations here.