It is important for youth to develop, master and be exposed and/or equipped with skills that employers find valuable when entering the workforce. This includes cognitive skills, such as academic proficiencies and non-cognitive skills, such as cultural awareness.
- December 12, 2016
These are the stories of several first-generation college students and graduates, and this video explores their challenges, sources of support, and recommendat…
This webinar shared recent CCRS Center products and tools around competency-based education.
- August 29, 2016
What Can States Learn About College and Career Readiness Accountability Measures from Alternative Education?
The Every Student Succeeds Act, 2015 (ESSA) provides states the opportunity to revise or design new accountability systems that include measures for all studen…