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How CTE Can Prepare High School Students for a Skills-Driven Economy

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By: Dusty Moore. As both the economy and our classrooms continue adapting to a technology-rich world, they are becoming more skills-driven than ever before. CTE is uniquely positioned to aid our schools in this shift.

ASU Online: Extending Access to HigherEd

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ASU Online is a program of EdPlus, a university R&D division committed to extending access and improve the quality of education. Tom shares what ASU Online is doing to make that happen.

3 Predictions for HigherEd in 2018

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By: Jeff Selingo. This January, like every other, we’ve been provided with plenty of predictions for the year ahead in higher ed. Here are three more for you to consider.

The Future of Work Is the Future of Lifelong Learning

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In order to engrain the habits of metacognition and continuous improvement into both ourselves and those we serve, we need actionable behaviors that we can personally model before we will be able to develop structures and cultures that will encourage those skills.

What CTE “Gets,” What CTE Needs To “Get” More

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Education as a whole can learn a great deal from the successes of many CTE programs. However, CTE cannot operate in isolation, and needs to learn from the best of transformative education outside of its standard practices. Mutual benefits await.

Minerva: The Intentional University

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As a venture-based Silicon Valley startup, Minerva has developed slowly over the last seven years. As a new form of higher education, progress from concept to enrollment was lightning fast. Learn more about what sets them apart here.

Carnegie Learning Partners with OpenStax for Affordable HigherEd Math

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Carnegie Learning is seeking to strike a balance between reasonable costs and high-quality HigherEd math by partnering with OpenStax. Learn more about their new blended learning solution for college students here.

Ready and Working: Pathway Programs Are Changing What It Means to Be Career Ready

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Career Pathways initiatives are gaining momentum in districts and among community coalitions in part because they blur the line between older, traditional “career or college” education tracks. Learn more about what these initiatives look like here.

Competency-Based Micro-credentials are Transforming Professional Learning

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It's time to make way for micro-credentials -- the future of professional learning. There is nothing micro about how competency-based credentials have the potential to change the professional learning game on a MACRO-level.

Digital Promise and Facebook Developing New Micro-Credentials Program

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Digital skills are skyrocketing in demand. More than 8 in 10 middle-skill jobs (82%) require digital skills, and tech companies everywhere often have trouble finding suitable candidates. A new initiative of Digital Promise and Facebook is looking to change that.

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