ACT, PreACT, Workkeys: From a Curriculum Leaders Perspective
Your school district works hard to cultivate student college and career readiness, and at the heart of that work is curriculum leadership. Curriculum leaders are the main drivers of the learning pathways and course content available to students to leverage the mastery of the knowledge and skills that launch them from high school to post-secondary programming that meets their personalized college and career plans. Where are your students in relationship to college and career readiness? Is your current opportunity to learn serving your students’ post-secondary plans? What data are you using to gain insights into strengths and needs in your learning system? High schools are not used to having rich, connected data. What’s typically been available has been one 10th grade math, one 10th grade ELA, and one 11th grade science measure – none of which connect to any other high school grade levels. With ACT connected data and Workkeys data the insights into your learning system are much more robust. In this session you’ll see how the connected data serves your district, your high school, and your students and families – and key elements that will help you as a curriculum leader.
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