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2012
October

Daniel Baron facilitates the Youth Voice Advocates training

Daniel Baron facilitates the Youth Voice Advocates training

October:  Daniel Baron facilitates the Youth Voice Advocates training at the Wildflower Inn in Burke, introducing SRI protocols as a key tool for YATST work

January

YATST youth-adult team present at the BEST conference

June 2012 YATST youth-adult team present at the BEST conference, highlighting the “Great Expectations…or Not” initiative: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=INc3RQIUo5Q

January

Partner with the VT Rural Partnership

Partner with the VT Rural Partnership

Partner with the VT Rural Partnership to pilot a YATST elementary school adaptation at Fayston & Moretown Elementary Schools

January
January

AOE funds the creation of “Great Expectations…or Not”

AOE funds the creation of “Great Expectations…or Not”

AOE funds the creation of “Great Expectations…or Not” middle and high school initiative & regional trainings hosted around the state

2010
November

First State-wide YATST conference

November first State-wide YATST conference at Goddard College

October

Original YATST schools

Original YATST schools

Original YATST schools: Concord, Harwood, Montpelier, Peoples Academy, Twinfield, Windsor & Winooski High Schools.

August

YATST becomes an independent organization

YATST becomes an independent organization

YATST becomes an independent organization, under the umbrella of the Vermont Rural Education Collaborative

2008
November

Youth and Adults Transforming Schools Together piloted

Youth and Adults Transforming Schools Together piloted

Getting to Y is implemented with VT Department of Education for high school-aged youth