Alaska career pathways: A baseline analysis

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Show simple item record DeFeo, Dayna Jean Hirshberg, Diane LeCompte, Cathy 2018-08-06T18:20:27Z 2018-08-06T18:20:27Z 2014-06-01
dc.description.abstract This report details the findings from a 2013 statewide study of career pathways (CP) and programs of study (PoS) in secondary districts in Alaska. Twenty-seven of Alaska’s 54 districts provided data around the maturity of their CP/PoS, the availability of different CP/PoS, how career planning is addressed, and the availability of courses and PoS in the Health Sciences cluster. The differences between urban and rural communities are often noted in conversations around education, programming and policy in Alaska, and the data in this report reflect this established phenomenon. The contribution of this report is in helping to demystify and contextualize some of these known differences, and to make differentiated recommendations for moving forward. en_US
dc.description.tableofcontents Acknowledgements / Executive summary / Introduction / Context for study / Method / Participation / Part I - Maturity of career pathway components / Part II - Available PoS within the career clusters / Part III Career planning / Part IV Health / Implications / Limitations / Recommendations / Conclusions / References en_US
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dc.publisher Center for Alaska Education Policy Research, University of Alaska Anchorage en_US
dc.subject Alaska en_US
dc.subject education en_US
dc.subject careers en_US
dc.subject career pathways en_US
dc.title Alaska career pathways: A baseline analysis en_US
dc.type Report en_US

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