Resources

  • Guide/Tool
March 2015

This tool from the Community College Research Center (CCRC) outlines the implementation process, costs and benefits of redesigning academic programs and student support services following the guided pathways approach.

  • Research/ Report
April 2017

This research study from the Community College Research Center estimates the number of stackable credentials earned in the U.S., classifying stackable credentials into three types: Progression, Supplemental and Independent. 

  • Guide/Tool
July 2017

This guidance document from Massachusetts summarizes the Commonwealth's High Quality College and Career Pathways (HQCCP) Innovation Pathways criteria and design principles.

  • Case Study
January 2018

This report from the Michigan Center for Student Success examines how 23 Michigan colleges made progress over three years in implementing the guided pathways approach to support college completion and career success.

  • Research/ Report
April 2018

This report from Credential Engine provides a preliminary confirmed count of U.S. credentials available in 2018 and finds that a total of 334,114 credentials exist in the marketplace today. 

  • Webinar
February 2018

This webinar from Advance CTE and the American School Counselor Association (ASCA) describes the findings and conclusions in The State of Career Technical Education: Career Advising and Development report.

  • Case Study
April 2016

This report from the Workforce Data Quality Campaign draws on examples from Kentucky, Minnesota and New York to demonstrate how states can leverage longitudinal data to support research and policymaking.

  • Research/ Report
February 2018

This report from the Education Commission of the States outlines three common approaches states take to providing alternative pathways to graduation outside of a regular high school diploma that meet federal requirements.

The Learning that Works Resource Center was developed through the New Skills for Youth initiative, a partnership of the Council of Chief State School Officers, Advance CTE and the Education Strategy Group, generously funded by JPMorgan Chase & Co