The upcoming release of $200 million dollar in block grants for college and career readiness by the California Department of Education signals a growing focus on preparing California students for life after high school and long-term success. Join a panel of educators and experts for a timely Webinar to better understand the opportunities and the implications of the grants.
The upcoming release of $200 million dollar in block grants for college and career readiness by the California Department of Education signals a growing focus on preparing California students for life after high school and long-term success. Join a panel of educators and experts for a timely Webinar to better understand the opportunities and the implications of the grant.
With an increasing focus on dual enrollment and college access, K-12 institutions and community colleges have put an emphasis on working together to provide the best experience for students. Join Dr. Mary Rittling and Dr. David Schuler as they discuss partnerships developed in their communities to increase access to community college, prepare students to be college-ready, and to foster student success in high school, college, and beyond.
Elementary school students are naturally curious about the world around them. Educators have an opportunity to help students see how their personal likes and interests can develop into best-fit education paths and careers. In this webinar, you’ll learn strategies for helping students to foster and realize their aspirations through self-discovery, career exploration and college awareness in developmentally appropriate ways. Participants will also learn how Naviance for Elementary School kindles students’ curiosity.
We’ve made a few changes to the way Naviance eDocs and The Common Application work together, including several requested enhancements. Learn more in this pre-recorded webinar.
Join Joseph Green, Product Manager for Hobsons, to learn about the enhancements to Naviance eDocs for the 2016-17 school year. The changes include improvements to the teacher letter of recommendation process, a new icon for the Coalition Application, and more.
AASA, The School Superintendents Association, has partnered with Hobsons to explore ways to support better educational decision-making at each point in the learning lifecycle. Recently, Hobsons conducted a survey with AASA to assess the current state of dual enrollment in US high schools to develop a better understanding on the perceived benefits of such programs and whether they can be an effective indicator for diagnosing student readiness for college. Join us for a free webinar where Dr. David R. Schuler, President of AASA, and Dr. Ellen Wagner, Hobsons’ Vice President of Research, will share results of that survey, and discuss leveraging dual enrollment for accelerating college completion and enhancing career readiness for students.
As all counselors know, career discovery and planning is a multi-dimensional process to which students respond differently. Combining results from tools available through Naviance, Career Key and Strengths Explorer, gives students a richer view into careers that satisfy their interests, match their personality and emphasize their strengths and talents.
ASCA's Mindsets and Behaviors competencies are excellent benchmarks to ensure student success in academics, careers, and social/emotional pursuits, but can be a lot for counselors and educators to take on. Learn how AchieveWORKS can personalize the ASCA competencies for students. AchieveWORKS assessments can make learning personalized by identifying focus areas so that students take ownership of the competencies they need most.
More schools and districts are laying the foundation for college and career readiness in elementary school, yet some educators remain concerned about starting too early. This panel will explore why several districts see K-5 college and career readiness as critical to their students’ success.