• Career Pathways—Leveraging CTE to Enhance Learning for All Students

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    Across the nation, state leaders are using career and technical education (CTE) to better connect academic learning with career aspirations and workforce needs. One emerging strategy is leveraging career pathways systems to expose students to the academic content and career readiness skills to ensure all students graduate ready for college and the workforce. In other words, ensuring all students receive a well-rounded education.

    This three-part webinar series is based on the College and Career Readiness and Success (CCRS) Center's Designing a Career Pathways System: A Framework for State Education Agencies and will explore key aspects of designing a career pathways system ..

  • Arkansas Expands Leadership Coaching

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    Categories: Videos, Leadership


    The Arkansas Department of Education is partnering with the state's 15 educational service cooperatives, a cadre of leadership coaches and BloomBoard to deliver personalized, competency-based learning to more school administrators across the state through Leadership Quests.

    Rocci Malone, the project's leadership development coach, leads a team of six leadership support coaches who facilitate individual and small-group coaching based on their region's needs.

    Each cooperative selects lead principals who convene professional learning communities with peers in their region and acquire knowledge and skills to implement strategies to support teachers' professional growth, identify teacher leaders, and build a professional school culture.

    The cooperatives ..

  • What Does “Transforming the Workforce” Say About Developing Young Children’s Language and Literacy Skills? Part 1

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    Categories: Report/Resource, Developmental Continuums


    By Abbie Lieberman

    This is part one of a two-part post. The first part focuses on teachers of children in pre-K through third grade and the second focuses on teachers of infants and toddlers.

    Imagine a pre-K classroom full of three- and four-year-olds. The children sit cross-legged on the rug as their teacher reads Eric Carle's The Very Hungry Caterpillar. It's one that the teacher has read aloud a few times before and it is quickly becoming a class favorite. After the caterpillar eats through two pears, the teachers asks the children what they think he will eat next. A ..

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