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The Power and Promise of Work-Integrated Learning

While economic, technological and other trends are driving demand for work-integrated learning, the number of students entering career technical education continues to decrease. Happily, the opposite is true for SHP...

Five Spaces That Advance Student-Centered Learning

...design, as you’ll see in the photo to the left, individual workstations and café tables surround the school’s two-story learning stairs. Dining becomes an integral part of the learning experience....

A Smart Design for KnowledgeWorks

a Learning-Centered Workplace. As an organization deeply committed to the power of personalized, lifelong learning, KnowledgeWorks needed its workplace to both enable and encourage the discovery and sharing of knowledge....

COVID-19: An Opening for CTE to Take the Mantle

...in the workforce. By tapping into the hunger for more and better workplace preparation from both the supply side (parents and teachers) and the demand side (employers), CTE leaders can...

Community Colleges: One Path to a Better America

...traditional college graduates . Furthermore, a s technology and other factors continue to transform our economy and the very nature of work itself, more students will seek associate degrees and...