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Today’s career and technical education (CTE) is not yesterday’s vocational education, and it’s not just for non-college goers. The National School Boards Association's Center for Public Education (CPE) new report, “ Career and Technical Education: Building New Pathways into the Labor Market ,” finds that CTE provides multiple pathways into...
Advances in computing have expanded our capacity to solve problems at a scale never before imagined, using strategies that have not been available to us before. Students will need to learn and practice new skills — computational thinking (CT) skills — to take full advantage of these revolutionary changes brought...
The National School Boards Association's Center for Public Education's "Path Least Taken" series sheds light on a segment of the young adult population that rarely gets studied: high school graduates who don’t go on to college. By drilling down into data collected through a long-term U.S. Department of Education study...
The American School Counselor Association has developed a set of conversation starters to get students thinking about their strengths, interests and more, in ways that can guide career counseling.
States and districts across the country have adopted college- and career-ready standards. In doing so, policymakers have shown their commitment to prepare all of their students for success after high school, whether they choose to go to college, jumpstart their careers, or enlist in the military. But making college-career readiness...
AASA, the School Superintendents Association, is spearheading Redefining Ready! , an effort to redefine college and career readiness. It includes the introduction of a new set of college and career readiness indicators that use multiple measurements to determine success, painting a much more accurate representation of students’ potential than standardized...