Without high-quality data, decision-makers lack the information needed to align education and workforce systems effectively to meet state economic needs.
The third annual evaluation report for the New Skills for Youth (NSFY) initiative, funded by JPMorgan Chase, highlights how the initiative’s ten states are expanding access to high-quality career pathways for high school students.
The Career Readiness Collaborative helps states implement the recommendations of CCSSO's seminal 2014 paper: Opportunities and Options: Making Career Preparation Work for Students, to whic
This year, the States Leading newsletter will showcase the latest state initiatives and innovations from each month so that you can learn more about how states are leading the way in educational equity.
Perkins V, the first reauthorization of the Federal CTE statute in more than a decade, thus offers states a new opportunity to rethink and redefine their CTE programs, in collaboration with a variety of stakeholders.
The American Academy of Pediatrics’ new policy statement The Link Between School Attendance
New Skills for Youth (NSFY) is supporting career pathways development in 10 states to prepare young people for high-skill, high-demand (HSHD) careers.
Career readiness is crucial for students’ future success and fulfillment.
There are more than 4,000 credentialing bodies nationwide that offer thousands of different industry-recognized credentials across sectors, making it difficult for states that have encouraged the growth of industry-recognized credentials to determine which ones to prioritize to scale attainment.