New Skills ready network, launched by JPMorgan Chase & Co. in 2020, bolsters the firm’s efforts to support an inclusive economic recovery, as part of both their $350 million, five-year New Skills at Work initiative to prepare people for the future of work and their new $30 billion...
This series highlights strategies to improve the quality of career pathways that span K-12 and postsecondary education and prepare learners for high-wage, high-skill, in-demand occupations. This series was developed through the New Skills ready network, a five-year, $35 million...
Advance CTE and ACTE, with research support from ECS, partner to release an annual Year in Review report, summarizing CTE- and career readiness-related policies passed and approved in a given year. This series contains the annual Year in Review reports.
The Making Good on the Promise series confronts the negative aspects of CTE’s legacy and defines the key challenges learners face today, providing promising solutions to help state leaders close equity gaps in CTE.
This series from Advance CTE includes annual reports that examine the current landscape of CTE across topics that inlcude career advising, access to industry experts, employer engagement and state CTE standards.
This series of state snapshots describes how states are working to transform career pathways for all learners and documents the work states completed across the entire New Skills for Youth initiative.
New Skills for Youth is a $75 million, five-year initiative aimed at transforming how cities and states ensure that young people are career ready. The local investments from across the world - Innovations Sites - aim to identify and implement the most promising ideas in career education.
This series contains reports from Achieve and Advance CTE that examine states’ use of career-ready indicators in their public reporting and accountability systems.
Given the unique challenges to expanding CTE on the “frontier,” Advance CTE released a series of briefs highlighting promising practices around four of the most pressing challenges to expanding access to high-quality CTE pathways in rural communities