11 College and Career Readiness Resources
Published by eSchool Media, June 1, 2021
College and career readiness is of critical importance for all students—here’s how to guide them down the right path
College and career readiness should start early to help students develop growth mindsets and outline goals for their personal success. With students coming from different backgrounds and socio-economic situations, one path doesn’t fit all.
College readiness and access is often difficult, and students aren’t always sure how to embark upon their chosen career path. COVID-19 made college and career readiness more complicated for some students who chose to delay their postsecondary plans during the pandemic due to health, safety, family, and financial concerns.
Here are a handful of college and career readiness resources and tools to help educators at all levels inspire their students to pursue their academic and career goals.
Make Sure Your Students Have the Skills Necessary to Achieve Their Academic and Career Goals
Find out how well developed your students’ critical thinking, problem-solving, and written communication skills are by having them put those skills to work. To ensure academic success and determine middle and high school students’ readiness for their next steps, the College and Career Readiness Assessment (CCRA+) situates students in real-world scenarios that require them to think critically, solve problems, and clearly write their responses—no multiple choice options here. CCRA+ identifies student strengths and opportunities for improvement, providing actionable insights to students, educators, and institutions.
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