College and Career Readiness -
What it Looks Like and How to Create an Effective Program
|Presented By: Ray McNulty, President, International Center for Leadership in Education and
Scott Kirkpatrick,President Test Preparation Services Division Penn Foster/The Princeton Review
Focusing on creating college- and career-ready students just makes sense.
- It shifts the focus from high school as an end in itself to high school as a means to an end.
- It acknowledges that a good high school education prepares students for the next step.
- It admits that, especially in this global economy, students need not only a high school diploma but also goals and plans for what to do next.
This webinar discusses the why, what and how for implementing, improving and maintaining a strong college and career readiness program. Topics covered:
- Why every secondary school must make students’ college and career readiness a priority.
- How to design, structure and implement a program
- Examples of best practices and positive results for student improvement from schools that have created a dynamic, integrated college and career programs
This webinar is presented in partnership with The Princeton Review and Penn Foster, which have extensive experience in helping districts create powerful college- and career-readiness programs.