About This Project
BE HEARD! The Role of Social Agency in the Pathway(s) to Adulthood for Low-Income Young People and Young People of Color
As emerging adults (EA), 18-25 year olds make important decisions about college, work, + family. While this group comprises almost 10% of the population, there are few public policies supporting their positive development. This study explores the relationships between social agency and the pathway(s) to adulthood and will inform policymakers about new ways to support Rhode Island's young people.
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