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10/7 Webinar on Career Tech + College Prep - Pre & Post Webinar Questions/Comments

10/7 Webinar on Career Tech + College Prep - Pre & Post Webinar Questions/Comments

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We have an upcoming webinar on Thursday, October 7 on Career Tech and College Prep: Insights from Successful High Schools. You can register here. See below for the bit about the webinar. Do you have any questions for the webinar panelists before the event? Did you ask a question during the event that didn't get addressed? Edutopia staff as well as the presenters will be responding to questions here -- so ask away! Presenters: Gary Hoachlander, president of ConnectEd and Joe Cocozza, teacher at Bravo Medical Magnet High School and assistant professor at USC Keck School of Medicine in Los Angeles Host: Kathy Baron, features producer and research editor Audience: Perfect for teachers, administrators, and policy makers ready to explore a proven reform that's shaking up the traditional high school experience, including a ground-floor guide to creating a program in your school. Description: Students enrolled in programs that fuse core academics with career and technical skills are less likely to drop out of high school and more likely to complete the classes required for college admission. This approach to high school reform is also known as Linked Learning, partnership academies, and multiple pathways -- and it's reinventing the traditional high school curriculum. Instead of separate tracks for vocational education and college preparation, high schools are combining them, by merging courses in occupational skills into a rigorous academic curriculum in order to prepare all students for both college and careers. The most successful programs embrace a set of guiding principles and components that focus on interdisciplinary, project-based learning, strong partnerships with local business, industry and institutes of higher education, and a culture of collaboration in schools. Our webinar panelists will share tips for building successful programs, share examples of high quality academies, and summarize the research findings.

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If you'd like to view resources related to the webinar, including helpful links and more, you can do so here:

New! You can now download the PowerPoint of the presentation: http://www.edutopia.org/ppt/edutopia-career-tech-college-prep.ppt

Information and resources on our latest "Schools That Work" on career tech and college prep: http://www.edutopia.org/stw-career-technical-education

Information on ConnectEd: http://www.connectedcalifornia.org/

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