Cross-Sector Collaboration│College and Career Readiness and Success Center
Preparing students for the careers of tomorrow requires policymakers and leaders to engage cross-sector stakeholders (e.g., education, workforce, industry) to create policy environments that support college and career readiness and opportunity for all students. The following resources from the CCRS Center highlight strategies such as using geographic information systems to facilitate cross-sector collaboration on issues of college and career readiness.
- College and Career Development Organizer [Brief]
- Considerations for Collaborations to Support College and Career Readiness: A Facilitator’s Guide
- Using Geographic Information Systems to Support Equitable Work-Based Learning Planning and Implementation
- Developing Work-Based Learning Maps: Data Sets, Indicators, and Sources
- Essential Questions: Using Geographic Information Systems Maps to Inform Work-Based Learning
- College and Career Readiness Begins with a Well-Rounded Education: Opportunities Under the Every Student Succeeds Act
- How ESSA and IDEA Can Support College and Career Readiness for Students with Disabilities
- Evidence-Based Practices Supporting College and Career Readiness in High School: Early College High School
- Evidence-Based Practices Supporting College and Career Readiness in High School: Early Warning Indicators
- Improving College and Career Readiness for Students with Disabilities
- Improving College and Career Readiness by Incorporating Social and Emotional Learning
- The District Role in Supporting College and Career Readiness for Students
- Harnessing the Potential of Statewide Longitudinal Data Systems to Support College and Career Readiness
- What Can States Learn About College and Career Readiness Accountability Measures From Alternative Education?
- How Are States Reporting on College and Career Readiness
- State Planning Tool for Standards-Based Accountability Under the Every Student Succeeds Act
- How Are States Reporting on College and Career Readiness?
- Measurement Practice Guide
- Outcomes and Measures for College and Career Success: How do We Know When High School Graduates Meet Expectations?