The Youth Development and Leadership for Change (YDLC) National standards and quality indicators are research-based benchmarks that articulate quality education and implementing comprehensive transition systems, practices, and policies nationwide for youth and ultimately recognized them as a global leader.
World’s 40% population occupied by youth.
Data: U.S. Census Bureau Youth 41,910,114
Age-group: 10 to 19
Education: To empower at-risk children through reinforcement and developmental programs.
Elementary schools: 87,498
Secondary schools: 26,727
Combined schools: 15,804
Employment: :Based on the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics report by July 2019, 56.2 percent of young people were employed from age 16 to 24
Business: 32.5 Million Small Business
UN youth council: 15 to 24 year
Based on world data, we have focused to US as primary beneficiaries and developing countries as secondary beneficiary.
Our working modality will be adopted form the most recent practices.