Wednesday, April 18, 2007

Youth Mentoring - Economic Impacts of Effective Programs

An article in today's StarTribune, highlights the resuts of a study conducted by Wilder Research's Chief Economist, Paul Anton, and Judy Temple of the University of Minnesota. The study shows that, when effective, mentoring programs for youth can produce savings for taxpayers.

This research adds another piece to our understanding of how we can effectively and economically promote the development of young people.

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