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  • National Early College Conference Registration Open

    National Early College Conference

    Jobs for the Future and Educate Texas invite you to the 2014 National Early College Conference. Attend and be part of the growing movement! Educational innovators from around the country will be coming together to explore how early college schools transform education and change the future. Keynote speakers include Dr. Chris Emdin, the #HipHopEducator! Early-bird discounts available now.

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  • The Pathways to Prosperity Network: A State Progress Report

    Pathways to Prosperity Network: State Progress Report

    To address high levels of youth unemployment and prepare students for good jobs, eight states, members of the Pathways to Prosperity Network, have launched or dramatically expanded career pathways that offer flexible work and learning opportunities, highlighted in this new report.

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  • STEM Talents Soar at Pathways to Prosperity School

    JFF recently received a $4.9 million Youth CareerConnect grant to scale up innovative high school models that better meet the needs of regional labor markets, with the Marlborough STEM Early College High School as one of demonstration sites. Our illustrative profile highlights the school's remarkable progress and its upcoming developments.

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  • High School Graduate, College Study Group, Policymaker, Construction Worker

    Who Is Jobs for the Future?

    The mission of JFF is to ensure that all lower-income young people and workers have the skills and credentials needed to succeed in our economy. Our vision is for the promise of education and economic mobility in America to be achieved for everyone. For 30 years, we have helped employers find skilled workers, and workers move into higher-wage jobs through education and training programs. We are a Boston-based nonprofit working in over 100 communities nationwide.

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  • How to Help Struggling High School Students Reach Common Core Standards

    How to Help Struggling High School Students Reach Common Core Standards: New York City's Comprehensive Approach

    This report documents the pilot phase of a promising New York City Department of Education professional development initiative designed to build the capacity of school leaders and teachers to prepare the city’s most vulnerable high school students to master the Common Core State Standards.
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  • Lacey

    Impact Profile, Lacey Bowman: Accelerating to College and Career Success

    All Lacey Bowman wanted at age 29 was a cashier job at a convenience store to help support her family, but not a single store was interested. After months of rejections, Lacey visited a workforce training center in South Texas and quickly learned what was wrong—she had little work experience and no high school diploma. But Lacey resolved to fix the problem and set her sights even higher.   “Within one year, Accelerate TEXAS helped me get from zero job prospects, to a college education and a family-supporting career. It created pathways for me that I didn’t even know were possible."
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