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American youths and young adults struggle to make the leap from high school to college and onto a career. Even the brightest students often get sidelined because so much more than academic learning is involved. In this show, national expert and author Hans Meeder (from the National Center for College and Career Transitions) digs deeper into Career Connected Learning – the strategy that helps every youth learn about themselves, explore viable career options, and gain the knowledge and skills ...
 
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In this podcast, we will be learning about an innovative connection between a state flagship research university and charter schools that include an underserved population, with a special emphasis on increasing access to STEM careers. Host Hans Meeder is speaking with Dr. Gary R. Bertoline and Scott Bess. Dr. Bertoline is Dean of the Purdue Polytec…
 
In this episode, we explore the new vision statement and report for Career Technical Education, called CTE Without Limits. Hans talks with Kimberly Green and Kate Blosveren Kreamer, the Executive Director and Deputy Executive Director of Advance CTE, respectively . Advance CTE: State Leaders Connecting Learning to Work, was first established in 192…
 
As we move from a rudimentary credentialing system that recognizes high school diplomas and college degrees, the number of “credentials” of all sorts has exploded. How can the consumer seeking to upskill make sense of this? On this episode, Hans interviews Scott Cheney, President of Credential Engine, an organization working to address the credenti…
 
In this episode, Hans talks with Cate Swinburn, President of YouthForce NOLA. YouthForce NOLA is an education, business, and civic collaborative that prepares New Orleans public school students for successful pursuit of high-wage, high-demand career pathways and facilitates systems change to ensure equitable outcomes. Find out more: https://www.you…
 
In this episode, we learn about the Academies of Grand Island School District in Western Nebraska. I’m speaking with Jeff Gilbertson, Executive Principal of Grand Island Senior High and Daniel Phillips, Director of Career Education for the Grand Island Public Schools District. Grand Island is a thriving small city in western Nebraska. The city itse…
 
In this episode, Hans interviews Dr. Rich Feller, expert practitioner and researcher on how children, youth and adults navigate career options and life transitions. Rich tells his story and his latest work in pushing through new frontiers in career development education. Learn more about Rich and his work at https://www.richfeller.com/. About Rich …
 
In this episode, Hans Meeder talks with Rachael Mann, a noted author and speaker who focuses on STEM education and STEM-related careers. Rachael speaks and writes about disruptive technology, education, and careers. She is the author of the children’s book, "The Spaces You Will Go" and "The Competition Companion" and coauthor of "The Martians in Yo…
 
The Future of Career Technical Education in America: A Conversation with Scott Stump Since its inception in the early 1900s, Career and Technical Education (formerly known as industrial arts, or vocational education) has been at the intersection of public education and the workforce. As CTE has evolved over the past 100 years, it has expanded its s…
 
Overview Employers often tell us that today’s young adults entering the job market do not have the basic work ethic and employability skills to be successful in the workplace. The question we ask in this episode is: Can we find effective strategies to bring work ethic and employability skills into the school and college experience for all youth and…
 
Asking the Better Question with Steve Fujii, Battelle for Kids For the most part, today’s public schools are organized around core curriculum subjects of English/language arts, mathematics, science, and history, with other electives - the arts, career and technical education, and athletics – also available to add value and depth to the school exper…
 
In this episode, Hans talks with Scott Burke, co-creator of two innovative and very effective contextual math programs, one for Geometry and one for Algebra. These two programs are exemplars of how career connections can deepen and enrich student learning. We’ll learn how the programs work and how they are working in schools across the United State…
 
Why do we need to re-define the goal of American education, moving away from a one-size-fits-all approach to a personalized approach with career pathways? In this episode, Hans Meeder interviews best-selling author, speaker, and college administrator, Dr. Kevin J. Fleming. Kevin and Hans discuss what it means to re-define the goal, what the evidenc…
 
Can children learn about careers in a way that is positive and motivating, but does not lock them in to an early career choice? Absolutely. In this episode, school leader Ed Hidalgo from Cajon Valley Union School District explains his district's groundbreaking program, World of Work, and how children from grades K-8 learn about the world of work, a…
 
In this week’s episode, Hans interviews Gary Hoachlander, President and Founder of ConnectED, The National Center for College and Career. Gary explained the structure of Linked Learning College and Career Pathways, and their positive impact on students. More About ConnectED You can get up-to-date information at the ConnectED website: https://connec…
 
Show Overview In this episode, host Hans Meeder interviews Grace Suh, vice president of Education for IBM Corporate Social Responsibility. Grace and Hans discuss the Pathways to Early College High School model (P-Tech) that was developed with the active involvement and support of IBM in 2011 and is currently being implemented in 11 states. P-Tech p…
 
The Academies of Nashville Story During the 2006-2007 school year, the Academies of Nashville was only a dream—an ambitious, high school transformation effort that would bring together families, educators, and the community to improve our schools. Now, more than ten years later, that dream continues to grow. Graduation rates have increased. Student…
 
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