We're taking a close look at career readiness and discussing strategies teachers can leverage in their classrooms to help students prepare for success in the workforce.
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College Entrance Exams: What Parents, Teachers, and School Administrators Can Do to Help Students Succeed
The SAT® and ACT® tests can have a significant impact on which colleges or universities accept a student. Here’s what all of the adults in students’ academic lives—including parents, teachers, and school administrators—can do to support success on these important exams.
"Soft skills" go beyond standard classroom studies; they are college- and career-readiness skills that are interpersonal in nature, which include personal qualities, characteristics, and attitudes. Here are five soft skills that are key to a great college experience.
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.
Education Leadership: How Career and Technical Education Options Engage Students and Raise Graduation Rates
A high school diploma is more essential than ever before. Career and technical education programs can be a great solution to engage struggling students and keep them in the classroom.