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"Demand-driven" higher and adult secondary skills education

Hello colleagues,

The cusp between 2018 and 2019, and the new year, may be a good time for reflection (or recovery, depending on your situation). This article from eCampus News, "Experts say we’re approaching a third wave of higher-ed reform" exploring "demand-driven education" is relevant to adult secondary education and transition to college programs for adults as well as to higher education.  From the article:

Call for Presenters -- Effective Transitions in Adult Education

Dear Colleagues:

Do you have a great transition-to-postsecondary education college/career program or strategy to share with others?  The National College Transition Network will hold its 10th national conference on Effective Transitions in Adult Education on November 14 - 16, 2016 in Providence, RI.  Please consider submitting a workshop proposal by June 15, 2016.

Free Webinar - Findings from the Adult Transitions Longitudinal Study

Findings from the Adult Transitions Longitudinal Study (2-Part Webinar)

Tuesday, February 11th, 2:00pm - 3:30pm EST AND Tuesday, March 4th, 2:00pm - 3:30pm EST

Financial Aid Toolkit - Resources for Teachers and Counselors

U.S. Department of Education's office of Federal Student Aid (FSA), has consolidated and organized FSA resources into an interactive and searchable Financial Aid Toolkit that can be used by organizations and individuals that interact with, support, or counsel FSA's target audiences.

Financial Aid Toolkit available

This information comes directly from OVAE Connection - Issue 178 -  January 9, 2014

 

New Financial Aid Toolkit to Improve College Access and Affordability

disability resources for college students

Hi all,

Rochelle asked me to forward this information to the group. I left the pricing and other sales info. If you are interested, contact them. We had some of the older versions of this material and found it useful. I tend to feel that commercial offerings in the area of adults with disabilities that are intended to be used by all professional, not just "disability specialist" is a recognition of the numbers of students in/going into college that might need this type of information.

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