In Flagstaff, “Skills for Success” means strengthening the business community’s greatest resource: the students who will fill tomorrow’s jobs.
ICW and the National Career Pathways Network (NCPN) have released a joint publication to highlight the growing importance of business engagement in education.
Read below for a testimony from Sandy Wood Dunham, founder of the ABBIT Society, about her innovative business-education partnership that gives incentives to children to excel in school.
Various types of assessments are used to measure the progress students make in meeting academic standards.
In a community that serves 82,000 students on 113 campuses and has seen the percentage of qualified economically disadvantaged (ED) students increase from 48% to 62%, what can be done about improving academic achievement?
Shell Oil Company recognizes the importance of having captivating teachers in the K-12 science classroom.
Release Date: 2009
Are you a chamber of commerce with a promising practice that helps to improve education and workforce training in your state? Do you represent a business (small or large) that helps demonstrate the importance of quality education as it relates to training successful workers?
One of the major obstacles to recruiting students into science, technology, engineering, and math careers is making science and math relevant and exciting.