Career Pathways refers to a series of structured and connected programs, supports, and experiences that help students transition to postsecondary education and work, including: career and technical education (CTE), apprenticeships, internships, dual and concurrent enrollment, and work-based learning.
This webinar highlighted the growing body of research on dual enrollment and examined recent policy trends.
Increasing College and Career Readiness through Dual Enrollment: Research, Policies, and Effective Practices
This forum highlighted the different types of dual enrollment programs as well as what research says about their effectiveness, and showcased a unique Early Co…
- May 15, 2012
SynopsisIn February 2009, AYPF hosted a field trip to Indianapolis, Indiana showcasing cross linkages aimed at increasing the number of students prepared for, …
This forum highlighted the ways that dual enrollment can be used as a strategy to promote college and career readiness for all students.