The resource offers a playbook of lessons learned from school districts and colleges that are successfully delivering equitable access to and success in high-quality dual enrollment programs by pairing intentional strategy with innovation and commitment.
This resource from JFF is designed to support intermediary organizations in gauging their capacity and effectiveness in leading and supporting the creation, improvement and sustainability of high-quality career pathways for learners who are Black, Latinx, and/or experience poverty.
This resource, developed by the National Center for Homeless Education and Advance CTE, identifies common access barriers to high-quality CTE, strategies to support learners experiencing homelessness, and key action steps state CTE leaders and coordinators can take to support these learners.
This white paper published by the American Workforce Policy Advisory Board (AWPAB) Digital Infrastructure Working Group explores the Learning and Employment Record (LER) system, which contains verifiable information about a person's academic, postsecondary, and industry achievements.
This resource from the Institute for Higher Education Policu (IHEP) is a performance indicator framework designed to help leaders of postsecondary credential programs serving leaders who are incarcerated measure the impact of these programs.
This resource from Rutgers University's School of Management and Labor Relations defines high-quality industry certifications, provides a summary of recent research on certifications, and an overview of efforts to promote this goal.