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This 2015 webinar series, hosted by the National College Transition Network (NCTN), highlights existing and emerging strategies that adult education programs around the country are implementing to address the key priorities and outcome measures of WIOA. Specifically, they seek to: · Increase...
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Developed by the Massachusetts Department of Elementary and Secondary Education, this primer is meant to support students as they explore their career options by providing labor market information. It is relevant to middle school and high school educators and counselors, in both academic and...
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This guide and glossary provides a variety of career development Education (CDE) activities, along with definitions and frameworks to assist with efforts to create or expand and improve these activities. The guide is geared towards K–12, but the activities and resources are easily adaptable to...
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This report presents the findings from a survey of 4,000 college-educated immigrants to the United States and the factors that contributed to their successful entry into the U.S. workforce. The survey was conducted in six cities, including Boston.
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This fact sheet offers data on foreign-born and native-born residents of Massachusetts. This information can assist educators and workforce agencies to identify the education and training needs of immigrants in the state.
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In this article, the author responds to the the question, "When do we use formative assessment and how do we pick a formative assessment technique?" She briefly explains several stages: engagement and readiness, eliciting prior knowledge, exploration and discovery, concept and skill development,...
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This article focuses on what formative assessment is and a bit about what it is not. It discusses evidence of how formative assessment affects learning. Finally, it addresses the question of next steps for policymakers.
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The toolkit features six Key Elements of Career Pathways. It was developed state-level teams working across education and workforce agencies, but the process it describes is equally relevant to local partnerships. The updated guide, was released by the U.S. Department of Labor in September 2015,...
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The Hubbs Center in St. Paul, Minnesota, offers ABE curriculum for a variety of career fields, such as commercial driver’s license, retail, and child development. The curriculum can be downloaded free from the website and includes a course description, learner prerequisites, and benchmarks...
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These are fact sheets that advisors and teachers can use to inform students of federal policies that affect formerly incarcerated individuals and their families. They clarify policies and individual rights pertaining to public housing, employment, parental rights, Medicaid suspension/termination,...

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