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Comparison of 2003 and 2005 Leadership Team Priorities: Youth and Family

The attending teams of both the 2003 and 2005 Leadership Summit rated the Family Education and Involvement and the Person-Centered and Transition-Driven Planning priorities nearly equally. The Youth Development/Leadership priority was not measured in 2003.

Family Education and Involvement

In 2003, 10% of 42 teams identified Family Education and Involvement as a priority, whereas in 2005, 10% of 50 teams did.

Person-Centered and Transition-Driven Planning

In 2003, 26% of 42 teams identified Person-Centered and Transition-Driven Planning as a priority, whereas in 2005, 24% of 50 teams did.

Youth Development/Leadership

In 2005, 26% of 50 teams identified Youth Development/Leadership as a priority (this priority was not measured in 2003).

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