College & Workforce Readiness
Education news, analysis, and opinion about preparing students for high school graduation and what happens after.
- College & Workforce Readiness Navigating Financial Assistance Can Be Tough. Not All Schools Offer HelpOutside resources are helping to fill in the gaps.College & Workforce Readiness How 3 Award-Winning Teachers Prepare Students for Life After GraduationEducation Week spoke with teachers about how they help students shape their plans for after high school.College & Workforce Readiness Opinion High School Students: Beware of College Career CentersCollege career offices aren’t equipped to help students get jobs after graduation. How can high schools help?College & Workforce Readiness What the Research Says Beyond the Carnegie Unit: Schools Are Already Testing Ways to Measure 'Durable' SkillsIf you want students to learn to collaborate, organize, be creative, and communicate, you have to measure it.College & Workforce Readiness Should Students Sign Up for AP or Dual Enrollment? What Readers ThinkEdWeek readers share their take on the debate over pathways to earning college credit in high school.College & Workforce Readiness Parents Value 'Workforce Development.' Here's How to Get Their Support for CTEThe ways in which schools and policymakers talk about career and technical education influences parents' support for it.College & Workforce Readiness Q&A Common App Will Offer Some Students Direct College Admission. Its CEO ExplainsA new program aimed at motivating more first-generation, low-income students to go to college launches this month.College & Workforce Readiness Opinion To Help Students, One Company Has Unlocked $100 Million a Year in College AidA peer-based mentoring organization encourages high school seniors to apply to college and helps them receive financial aid.College & Workforce Readiness Here's What College Board Research Says About How Many AP Classes Students Should TakeThe College Board looked into what the number of APs students take, and how well they do, says about their college outcomes.College & Workforce Readiness How Many AP Classes Are Enough? What Researchers (and College Hopefuls) SayFor years students and families have grappled with how many AP classes to take for college. New research sheds some light on an answer.College & Workforce Readiness How to Help Students Avoid 'Random Acts of Dual Credit'Some schools and colleges are working to ensure their dual-credit offerings count toward a degree.College & Workforce Readiness This High School Used to Leave Seniors' Career Planning to Chance. Not AnymoreStudents graduate from Sheboygan South High School knowing what's next and how to get there.College & Workforce Readiness The SAT Is Making a Comeback. Here's a Look at the Numbers and What They Tell UsMore colleges have made the test optional, but students are still taking the SAT in droves.SponsorThis content is provided by our sponsor. It is not written by and does not necessarily reflect the views of Education Week's editorial staff.Answer 7 questions about workforce readiness.