Administrators are continually searching for ways to effectively measure college, career and life readiness (CCLR) outcomes.
Schools and districts need to prepare students for their future while also balancing their bottom line. The College, Career & Life Readiness Budget Trends 2018 survey brief dug deeper into the ways K-12 institutions are funding college, career and life readiness initiatives as well as the metrics they are relying upon to measure effectiveness.
Traditionally, college and career readiness (CCR) in schools has been centered around three areas: academic skills, career knowledge and college knowledge. But research shows that this isn’t enough.
When students have a plan, they are more likely to execute on it and align their postsecondary path with their life goals.
We are excited to once again announce that the nominations process for our annual Education Advances Awards is open to schools and districts across the nation and world. We have a stellar panel of judges this year, all who are eager to review the innovative work that is taking place in college and career readiness. Our judges have been active in the field of education and college and career readiness and are dedicated to student success. We would like to thank them for their dedication in helping to recognize those who are putting students at the center of the conversation and helping them to succeed in elementary, middle, high school, and beyond.
Wes Moore, Sara Goldrick-Rab to Keynote Blended K-12, Higher Education Conference
Naviance is evolving in four key areas that will help more students reach their long-term goals.
For the past year AASA has been privileged to work with superintendents from around the country on our Redefining Ready campaign, an attempt to redefine what we mean by being college and career ready. School districts from around the country are supporting the effort as are many education associations like Phi Delta Kappa, The Consortium for School Networking and the National Association of Secondary School Principals.
The American Council on Education’s (ACE) Center for Policy Research and Strategy (CPRS), with support from Hobsons, released a report that examines key predictors of credential completion among direct-from-high school community college students.