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View Resource Building Bridges to Postsecondary Training for Low-Skill Adults: Outcomes of Washington State's I-BEST Program

Nationally, relatively few of the more than 2.5 million adults who enroll annually in basic skills programs advance successfully to college-level coursework. This limits the ability of such individuals to secure jobs that pay family-supporting wages and that offer opportunity for career advancement. This Brief, which is based on CCRC Working Paper No. 16, summarizes findings from a study...

View Resource Tiered Internship Model Project

This webpage from the GeoTech Center features a document from Irina Kopteva of Pikes Peak Community College discussing the Tiered Internship Model for students in geospatial technology. The goal of the project was "to create a tiered internship program with industry that will start with two-year college and high school partners." The document also discusses recruitment for GIS programs and...

View Resource Use of the SC ATE Technology Gateway Curriculum for Dropout Prevention

This paper looks at White County High School as an example of how schools may use the SC ATE technology gateway curriculum for dropout prevention. The author illustrates how implementation of ATE curriculum in high schools may help to reduce the dropout rate. The document may be downloaded in PDF format.

View Resource GeoMentor Program

National Geographic and ESRI have created a new program to inspire educators and community members to work together to improve student learning. People who use geography in their work can help educators and youth see the world in new ways. The GeoMentor program is designed to inspire volunteers to work with a teacher or youth club leader to help kids see, use, and do more geography in and out of...

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