Parents are demanding more options for their students. Labor needs are evolving at a fast pace. And as accountability policies place an increasing weight on career readiness, it’s never been clearer: school districts must re-evaluate their career readiness programs with equity, access, and student ownership in mind.
How do you identify the key inputs and early outcomes of your career readiness programs that will lead to long-term student outcomes? Identify 5 key areas for evaluating your CCR programs and tools, including metrics to look for when implementing a new career readiness tool.