College and Career

Paying for College: 5 Tips for Parents to Navigate the FAFSA

by
Sarah Cornelius

The best place to start the hunt for college financial aid is filling out a Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA®). Here are five tips to help you understand the process and make the most of your application.

Paying for College: 10 Tips to Help Parents Plan Ahead

by
Sarah Cornelius

College education is certainly valuable, but it’s not necessarily a value.

[CTE Month] What Parents Need to Know About Career and Technical Education

by
Sarah Cornelius

Career and technical education is making a big difference in student outcomes both inside the classroom and in the working world. Here are six things parents should know!

[Adult + HigherEd] Expanding Allied Health Education with Edmentum & Carone Learning

by
Sarah Cornelius

Many of today’s fastest-growing careers are in the allied health field. That’s why we’re excited to announce a new partnership with Carone Learning, a leading provider of online health, physical education, elective, and career courses, to help you expand options for your adult learners!

Re-Thinking the Importance of Industry Partnerships in Career and Technical Education

by
Shannan LaMalfa

Successful CTE initiatives require careful planning, close collaboration with industry and curriculum providers, as well as high-quality ongoing training.

Preparing for College Entrance Exams: How Parents Can Help Students Succeed

by
Sarah Cornelius

The ACT and SAT—almost every high school student and parent is familiar with these college entrance exams, and for many, they come with a big sense of trepidation. Here's eight tips to help parents take the fear-factor out of these tests for your students!

[Career Readiness] What’s the Difference Between Skills, Talents, and Experience?

by
Leslie Holland

Developing the ability to articulate how unique skills, talents, and experience map to career objectives and successfully integrating the terminology of a chosen field into everyday vocabulary are key steps to solidify career readiness.

Four Steps to Guide Your Adult Learner to College Acceptance

by
Megan Sternke

Adult learners are going back to school more than ever before in search of new opportunities. Whether the decision is inspired by personal interest or a desire for career advancement, a solid plan is key to successfully navigating the path to higher education.

[Career and Technical Education] The Latest Statistics

by
Brianna Pyka

CTE courses and programs help engage students in their education by focusing on concrete, in-demand skills and providing students with opportunities to see those skills being applied in the workforce.

[ISTE 2016] Targeting Student Interests & Expanding Learning Opportunities with CTE

by
Casey Stone

Join us at ISTE 2016 for an in-booth presentation where we'll discuss how CTE can be used to target student interests and expand learning opportunities!

Our Latest Rock Star: Abraham Clark High School

by
Scott Sterling

ACHS has had great success expanding its credit recovery and CTE options with Edmentum courses to better fit its diverse student body.

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