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Opportunity to Participate in Survey on Future of College/Career Pathways


May 14, 2013


Opportunity to Participate in Survey on Future of College/Career Pathways

The note below is from Hans Meeder and Brett Pawlowski with the National Center for College and Career Transitions inviting all CTE practitioners to participate in a survey about the future of career pathways. The results will help ACTE as well as we shape our policy agenda for the next few years, so I encourage you to participate!

The National Center for College and Career Transitions (NC3T) is conducting a survey to see what the future holds for CTE, career academies, and other career/college pathways programs, and we would like to invite you to participate. By providing us with just 10-15 minutes of your time, you'll help your peers, policymakers, and others develop a better sense of how people are implementing pathways now, and where the pathways movement is going.

You can go directly to the survey by clicking here; note that it closes on June 1.

We are asking educators and administrators at the school, district, and state levels to participate in this survey. You can remain anonymous if you wish, but if you provide your name and email address we'll send you a copy of the complete survey report when it's available, and you'll also be included in a raffle to win one of five copies of "Building Advisory Boards That Matter," a new book by Brett Pawlowski and Hans Meeder published by ACTE.

Again, click here to participate in the survey.

If you have any questions, or would like to share insights in areas not addressed by the survey, you can reach Hans at Hans@NC3T.org or Brett at Brett@NC3T.org.

Thank you - we look forward to hearing your thoughts on the future of Pathways!

Hans Meeder and Brett Pawlowski
National Center for College and Career Transitions

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