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Series # :
  RERS 1996
Title :
  Youth Fair Chance Technical Assistance Report: Toward a Community-Wide Learning System
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Abstract :
  In July 1994, 16 YFC sites nationwide were funded with an initial grant of approximately $3 million for 18 months; additional funding for 5 years was called for in the original enabling legislation. In 1995, a seventeenth site was added to the YFC initiative. After a second round of funding of approximately $1 million per site in June 1995, a change in congressional priorities eliminated continued funding for YFC. From a reasonable, though still ambitious, 5-year plan, communities were now forced to concentrate their efforts on trying to become self-sustaining in half that time.

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KRA Corporation
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