Wednesday, November 5, 2014

CCC Practices with Promise: Workforce Outcomes eShowcase

Practices with Promise - Workforce Outcomes eShowcase
Practices with Promise is a new tool provided under the Doing What MATTERS for Jobs and the Economy framework to allow you to search for and share strategies that advance student success and workforce outcomes. Here, you can submit* your Practices with Promise to help others celebrate what you have achieved and learned. Collected Practices with Promise fall into five categories. This second eShowcase announcement brings a few to your attention. Please email if you have ideas on how to make this tool more helpful to you.

"eShowcase is a valuable new tool that will improve CTE practioners' ease of access to best practices across the state." -- Paul Steenhausen, Ph.D., Executive Director, California Student Success Center


Van Ton-Quinlivan
*Published submissions have undergone vetting.
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Van Ton-Quinlivan, Vice Chancellor
Workforce & Economic Development Division
Chancellor's Office, California Community Colleges

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