California EDGE Coalition Releases Policy Brief on New Educational Approach to Serving Low-Skill Adult Learners

. A new policy brief released by the California EDGE Coalition examines the ways in which other states are now successfully employing competency-based approaches to teaching and learning which allow students to move flexibly – and often much more quickly – through an educational program that is designed to make sure they know and can do what is expected of graduates.

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Basic Skills Education

PROVIDE ALL CALIFORNIANS ACCESS TO HIGH QUALITY POSTSECONDARY EDUCATION AND TRAINING A postsecondary degree or certificate is increasingly essential for a middle class life and recent studies suggest that unless California increases the share of residents with...

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2018 Goals

Increase California’s credential and degree attainment and close equity gaps especially for individuals from underserved populations facing basic skills barriers. Ensure students pursuing occupational and technical training have the financial resources and other...

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A Workforce Agenda for 2016

Workforce Brief The Mission EDGE priorities for 2016 focus on creating a funding stream for CTE programs, greater financial support for Cal Grant C students, implementing high impact practices in adult education and basic skills, and more. Report Author: The...

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