HBCUs make up only 3 percent of America's colleges and universities but produce nearly 20% of all African American graduates and 25% of African American graduates in the STEM fields of science, technology, engineering, and math.
This piece highlights two leaders building advisory systems for today’s students that demonstrate the intentionality, equity, curation, and impact underscored in the design principles of New Pathways.
QAA Report on Badging and Micro-Credentialing: How Education and Employment Can Benefit from Using Skills Profiles
This QAA Report demonstrates how we can enable personalized learning by providing more flexible content and assessment within existing module and program structures.
Our schools need substantial changes that give our students skills to adapt in our rapidly changing environments which requires us to look at the issue of teacher shortages through a lens of opportunity for our students and school communities.
By integrating dual enrollment, credentials and CTE, high school students are better able to graduate with college credit and viable credentialed experiences to support entry into the postsecondary workforce.
Educators all know that keeping students connected and engaged is critical to their success in school. Here are four strategies for supporting students.