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Washington’s Integrated Basic Education and Skills Training (I-BEST) is a nationally recognized career pathways model.
The C2E (Courses to Employment) webpage contains a collection of curriculum, lesson plans, and resources used in C2E career pathways projects that can be used by instructors and advisors.
This toolkit guides program teams through a process of labor market research, employer engagement, and career pathway development to help students access Best Bet occupational training and employment.
Toolkit for Adult Education Instructors for Contextualizing Instruction to High Demand Careers. You'll also find a companion Administrator Toolkit for Adult Education Program Managers to build a support system for career-infused classrooms.
This online field guide provides a roadmap for developing integrated educational pathways that combine career/technical education with basic skills instruction. Topics covered include pathway development, implementation and sustainability, policy, and using data.
Please see the links below to resources from our presentations at the MCAE 2015 Network Conference.
Please see the links below to resources and research from the 2015 Directors Meeting.
The DL Summit is taking place on Thursday, May 7th from 9:00 AM to 3:00 PM at the EDC Headquarters in Waltham. The theme of this exciting event is hybrid learning. Click here to download the agenda for the DL Summit. Please read the following articles before the DL Summit. These articles represent...
For ten years, Field Notes was a quarterly newsletter that provided a place to share innovative practices, new resources, information and hot topics with the field of adult education. It was published by SABES and funded by the Massachusetts Dept. of Education. Opinions expressed in Field Notes...