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Education and Career Pathways (Interactive Training Module)

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The Center on Education and the Workforce at Georgetown University seeks to inform educators, policymakers, and stakeholders on ways to better align education and training with labor market demand and qualifications. This module discusses the use of workforce data in college programs and compares national data and Texas data and experiences at a local community college.

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Program Mapping for Guided Pathways (Interactive Training Module)

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Pathways program mapping requires a great deal of time and resources -- and the involvement of many people. Use this module to lead Guided Pathways team discussions by following in the footsteps of Texas community colleges already in the process.

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The College Readiness Prep Course in Texas (Interactive Training Module)

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The Texas Legislature has mandated that high schools must offer students who do not pass the college entrance test a College Prep course, developed in partnership with their local community college. This module introduces the experiences of schools that have created these courses, and recommends key elements of a successful partnership.

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Texas Pathways Project Pathways Institute #1 (Interactive Training Module)

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As the Guided Pathways movement continues to evolve, educators at community colleges are increasingly challenged to stay abreast of recent changes. In this module, thought leaders including Gretchen Schmidt, Kay McClenney, Rob Johnstone and Davis Jenkins share observations about the current state of the movement and offer suggestions to educators who are implementing the model at their institutions.

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Texas Community College Teachers Association Blog (Website)

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Updated continuously, the TCCTA blog is “the” authority for the latest news and information related to Texas Community Colleges.
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