Next Generation Career Pathways
The paper addresses how offering students more pathways that incorporate work-based learning and college credits that lead to stackable credentials, can close the growing employability and skills gap in manufacturing, as well as the preparation gap for school districts.
The white paper also provides insight into:
- How the rise of anywhere, anytime learning and competency-based approaches has created more time and flexibility to include work-based learning opportunities
- How next generation learning is blended, personalized and competency-based
- How career and technical education is the best field to pilot next generation learning
- How new tools are enabling educators to create personalized learning environments that combine online and face-to- face learning