I was struck by a recent study that highlights the importance of students entering a program of study as soon as possible. Students who do not enter a program within a year of enrollment are far less likely to ever enter a program and therefore less likely to earn a credential.
ACP-SC is hosting a live webcast on Building Strategic Partnerships during the National Career Pathways Network Conference in Richmond, Virginia on October 17, 2012 at 12:00PM EDT.
To view the webcast there is no need to register; just click on the link below during the noted time and date to see host Michelle Carson, Deputy Project Director, Designing Instruction for Career Pathways lead a conversation with our panel of experts. Please note that the following link to the webcast will be inactive until the day of the event.
Spaces are available in the online courses Team Teaching an Integrated Curriculum to Accelerate Learning and Navigating Pathways to Opportunity, both previously only open to participants in the Accelerating Opportunities program. REGISTER by Monday, October 15. Group discounts are available for groups as small as just 2 people! You do not need to pay at time of registration.
What does "Career Pathways" mean to you in your work context? How does this term differ from "Career Paths"? If our field had really well-marked career pathways what would that look like? What's missing now? What are the challenges in helping learners to understand career pathways (and career paths) and to get on them?
The Adult College Completion Toolkit is a collection of resources designed to connect state administrators and local practitioners to the strategies, resources, and technical assistance tools resulting from the Department’s work in the area of adult education. The tool kit focuses on three key areas: access, quality, and completion. Four target student populations include veterans, adult basic education students, incarcerated individuals, and skilled immigrants.
The U.S. Department of Education released the “Adult College Completion Toolkit,” a collection of resources designed to connect state administrators and local practitioners to the strategies, resources, and technical assistance tools resulting from the Department’s work in the area of adult education. The toolkit focuses on three key areas: access, quality, and completion.