Early College Expansion and School Transformation
Jobs for the Future's Early College Design Services sponsored a webinar with Educate Texas on the current expansion efforts of Early College Designs. This covers information from our report on early college expansion, with a snapshot of the history of early college and more.
View the Early College Expansion webinar.
High-level Classroom Instruction for All Students: The Common Instructional Framework
Early College Design Services sponsored a webinar on high-level instructional strategies to improve academic gains for all students in any school. These instructional strategies are a cornerstone of Early College Designs, which improve outcomes in schools typically serving low-income and minority youth.
View the High-level Classroom Instruction webinar.
- Video: Ricci Hall, recent past principal of University Park Campus School on rigorous instruction.
- Video: Kaitlin Kelly, social studies teacher at UPCS, 9th grade classroom reel.
- Video: Jim Looney, mathematics teacher at UPCS, 11th grade classroom reel.
Find more information on the Common Instructional Framework strategies.
If you are interested in publications or professional development on how to implement the Common Instructional Framework in your schools, please consider attending one of our residencies, or contact email@example.com.
Financing the Acceleration of Students to and Through College: Early College Design
Jobs for the Future's Early College Design Services sponsored a webinar on financing high school reform strategies that improve graduation rates and college enrollment for all students by bringing college coursework into the high school curriculum. College in high school, such as dual enrollment, is a cornerstone of Early College Designs, which improve outcomes in schools typically serving low-income and minority youth.
View the Financing the Acceleration of Students to and Through College webinar.
Recording starts after the intro.
The full Financing the Acceleration of Students to and Through College webinar slide deck is available.
The Road to Early College Success: Success Stories from Early College Leaders
Jobs for the Future's Early College Design Services sponsored a webinar with Principal Rashid Davis of Pathways in Technology Early College High School, or P-TECH, as school that was lauded in President Obama's 2013 State of the Union address. Assistant Principal Danya Berry of Dayton Early College Academy (DECA) also joined the discussion abou the strengths and challenges faced by their schools. The principals answered participant questions about expanding early college in their own districts.
View the The Road to Early College Success webinar.
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