College & Workforce Readiness
Education news, analysis, and opinion about preparing students for high school graduation and what happens after.
- College & Workforce Readiness States Are Making Work-Based Learning a Top Policy PriorityInterest in career and technical education continues to grow in schools nationwide, new report shows.College & Workforce Readiness High School Students Think They Are Ready for College. But They Aren'tFour in 5 students say they're academically ready for college. Their test scores say otherwise.College & Workforce Readiness Amid a Rocky FAFSA Rollout, Ed. Dept. Offers Colleges More FlexibilityThe changes are meant to free up colleges and universities to process aid forms more quickly and easily.College & Workforce Readiness A Career Prep Bill Gets Bipartisan Support in the Senate. What’s in It?New federal legislation would authorize state grants to bolster dual enrollment, apprenticeships, and other forms of on-the-job training.College & Workforce Readiness In Wake of Hiccups and Tight Deadlines, Feds Beef Up Supports for Fledgling FAFSAThe newly designed Free Application for Federal Student Aid, or FAFSA, branded the "Better FAFSA," is prompting lots of frustration.SponsorThis content is provided by our sponsor. It is not written by and does not necessarily reflect the views of Education Week's editorial staff.This white paper explores the strategies and tools districts across the U.S. are using to provide students with meaningful learning oppor...College & Workforce Readiness The New Digital SAT: 4 Important Details Educators Need to KnowThe digital SAT college admissions exam launches in the United States this spring.College & Workforce Readiness AP Exams: The Top 10 Most Requested Subjects (and the Least Requested)Also see how widely requested two new AP courses were this year.College & Workforce Readiness This District Wants to Start CTE in Elementary School, in a New Twist on Career PrepIt's believed to be the nation's first gaming and robotics magnet school for elementary-age students.College & Workforce Readiness Navigating Financial Assistance Can Be Tough. Not All Schools Offer HelpOutside resources are helping to fill in the gaps.College & Workforce Readiness How 3 Award-Winning Teachers Prepare Students for Life After GraduationEducation Week spoke with teachers about how they help students shape their plans for after high school.College & Workforce Readiness Opinion High School Students: Beware of College Career CentersCollege career offices aren’t equipped to help students get jobs after graduation. How can high schools help?College & Workforce Readiness What the Research Says Beyond the Carnegie Unit: Schools Are Already Testing Ways to Measure 'Durable' SkillsIf you want students to learn to collaborate, organize, be creative, and communicate, you have to measure it.College & Workforce Readiness Should Students Sign Up for AP or Dual Enrollment? What Readers ThinkEdWeek readers share their take on the debate over pathways to earning college credit in high school.