College & Career

Articles: College & Career

Cross-cutting career and college readiness skills and thinking behaviors. (Click to enlarge)
Karin Hess
Student-centered approaches and prioritized skill sets
Some Jennings School District students play the violin and viola—using music to help them make connections in core subjects of math, science and language arts. The students above rehearse for their district gala recently.
MariAn Gail Brown
Saturday school, arts and college prep yield better discipline and learning
Joseph Moylan, principal of Oconomowoc High School in Wisconsin, meets with students interested in AP and IB programs at the school. He calls IB’s more narrow-but-deeper approach the gold standard for college prep.
Deborah Yaffe
Are the AP and IB programs still the best route for college-bound students?
Stuients at El Monte Union High School District in California benefit from AP programs, which just earned College Board recognition this year.
Deborah Yaffe
Ensure students who are likely to succeed in advanced classes are actually taking them

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