In a dedicated effort to build high-quality, equitable career pathways Advance CTE, in partnership with Education Strategy Group through JPMorgan Chase & Co.’s New Skills ready network, released Braiding Funding To Support Equitable Career Pathways. This policy brief is the fourth in a series designed to help build better career pathways.
This brief explains the sources and benefits of braiding funding, highlights promising practices for braiding funding in Alabama, Arkansas, Delaware
- Align stakeholders and systems around a common goal;
- Conduct an analysis of career pathways-aligned funding sources and streams; and
- Have a sustainability plan to mitigate shifts in funding.