Resources

  • Research/ Report
June 2021

This annual report provides an overview of the early achievements and innovation from the first year of the New Skills ready network initiative.

  • Snapshots
June 2021

This snapshot provides a summary of the priorities for Indianapolis, Indiana's New Skills ready network team, focusing on strengthening career pathways and creating data infrastructure to guide strategic planning.

  • Snapshots
June 2021

This snapshot provides a summary of the priorities for Columbus, Ohio's New Skills ready network team, focusing on developing relationships and building capacity across and within partner organizations and identifying and analyzing program areas to attend to career pathway quality.

  • Snapshots
June 2021

This snapshot provides a summary of the priorities for Denver, Colorado's New Skills ready network team, focusing on building a shared data framework to better measure the impact of career pathways and mappting career pathways to ease learner transitions.

  • Research/ Report
June 2021

This resource from Advance CTE is the third in a series of policy briefs centered on strengthening career pathways. It offers promising practices for leveraging the strengths of state and local leaders to cultivate sustainable, scalable partnerships and advance high-quality career pathways.

  • Snapshots
June 2021

This snapshot provides a summary of the priorities for Boston, Massachusetts' New Skills ready network team, focusing on building a systems-change mindset among the cross-sector team and developing common and foundational definitions to signal their commitment to equity.

  • Snapshots
June 2021

This snapshot provides a summary of the priorities for Dallas, Texas' New Skills ready network team, focusing on developing a community-aligned view of labor market information (LMI) and creating a collaborative approach to work-based learning supported by a virtual internship toolkit.

  • Research/ Report
June 2021

This report from ExcelinEd investigates what parents and students know and perceive about credentials and college and career pathways. CTE leaders will find this report useful to learn what types of support and information families need to successfully navigate available pathways.