Embedding Career Pathways
Designed by the US Dept. of Labor to guide states and school districts in forming partnerships and understanding the components of pathways education development.
From the US Dept. of Labor's Workforce GPS site
An example of a program of studies, combined with a how to developed to accommodate all students in the school system. Consisting of six different career clusters (Arts, Business Contact, Business Operations, Science, Social Services, and Technical).
Provides a scope and sequence of activities as well as concrete frameworks that can be embedded into standard curriculum.
Includes links to curriculum and sites to support career development education and mass school counseling model
Covers where to find - and how to use - many College & Career Readiness data resources available on the websites of the Massachusetts Department of Elementary & Secondary Education. Included are instructions on how to use District Profiles, Analysis Review Tools and various EDWIN reports.
This framework provides an overview of key career development goals and benchmarks organized around a system of three domains, personal/social, educational, and career management.
This report summarizes the findings of the research both in the Commonwealth and across the country, and proposes a framework for a Massachusetts Early College Initiative that could extend our state’s leadership in public education.