On Friday, June 4, we held a half-day virtual convening. The conversation and sharing of ideas was great as we worked together to address problems of practice that early college high schools might face. While discussion in the breakout rooms is not available for viewing, we did record the main session and have posted it, the agenda, and the PowerPoint here for you.
This is an open cohort discussion on Career and Technical Education. Topics will include: certifications, assessment of program, online CTE programs, how CTE fits within the framework of an ECHS, what CTE supports are unique, how to determine high-value careers and pathway programs, understanding and developing pathways, and effective resources and materials that can sustain progress on the pathway to career readiness.
Trevor will look at crucial employability skills required for career success. He will provide strategies for helping students develop these skills using Labor Market Data and trends due to Covid-19.
Dr. Hayes will discuss the wide array of challenges facing leaders during the Covid-19 pandemic and provide practical strategies to lead teachers, students, families, and the school community. This series will look at how leaders can develop routine systems and practices school wide that support increased access, opportunity, and success for diverse learners. The sessions will identify specific measures that leaders can take to build adult capacity, leverage distributed leadership, and decrease disproportionality across a variety of domains.
Join us for the Summer Leadership Series. Registration is free!