To improve college and career readiness for all students, many states across the country are working to expand student access to work-based learning (WBL) experiences. However, in order to advance equitable access to high-quality WBL, states need to think outside of the box about ways to use data to inform the design, scale, and implementation of their WBL systems. This webinar provides an overview of the role geographic information systems (GIS) and WBL measures can play in helping states make data-driven WBL decisions.
Presenters will include:
- Ellen Cushing, Deputy Director, College & Career Readiness & Success Center, American Institutes for Research
- Trent Sharp, Senior Technical Assistance Consultant, College & Career Readiness & Success Center, American Institutes for Research
- Emily Passias, Director, Office of Career-Technical Education, Ohio Department of Education
- Jessica Giffin, Communication and Dissemination Lead, College & Career Readiness & Success Center, American Institutes for Research
- Natalie Clark, Education Program Consultant, Kansas State Department of Education
- Moderator: Betsy Brand, Executive Director, American Youth Policy Forum