“College and Career Readiness: Same or Different?” by David T. Conley and Charis McGaughy

Whether students graduate high school college bound or off to start a career, they need a solid foundation of academic knowledge combined with crucial thinking and learning skills. Now that the Common Core State Standards have been adopted, the phrase "college and career ready" is analyzed in this April 2012 article. Read the article here.

  • Facets: PDF
  • Channel: About the Common Core State Standards
  • Tags: David T. Conley, Charis McGaughy, Educational Policy Improvement Center, Eugene, Oregon, Common Core State Standards, CCSS, college and career ready, American Diploma Project, college, job, career, speaking and listening, reading informational texts, writing, genres,  reasoning and problem solving, literacy, math, content knowledge, learning skills, cognitive strategies, career pathway, college major, high school, secondary school, students, Polytech High School, Woodside, Delaware, concurrent programs, dual-enrollment programs, ACT
Please log in to write a Journal Entry.
Please log in to write a Journal Entry.

EduCore Log-in