As school district leadership teams work to implement adequate and effective college, career, and military readiness (CCMR) and career and technical education (CTE) programs, it is important to consider local labor market conditions. A labor market analysis can surface information that can help district leadership have difficult conversations about priorities in CTE strategies, including phasing out or adding new CTE programs. Let’s take a look at why labor market analysis is so important.
iKeepSafe announced that it has awarded a FERPA privacy badge to CareerCraft. CareerCraft helps school districts plan, implement, and monitor college, career, and military readiness programs.
CCMR rules are changing for industry-based certifications. Here’s what we know.
CCMR rules are changing for military enlistment. CareerCraft’s platform can help you navigate this complex world and plan for the future.
Here's what you need to know about all the changes made by TEA to their industry-based certification list. The changes will go into effect for the 2022-23 school year.
A beginning of the school year Career and Technical Education (CTE) compliance check in Texas, including immediate action items.
Applications are due on August 20, 2021. Information on how and when to apply for federal funding to launch Pathways in Technology Early College High Schools in your school district.
Today, the U.S. Department of Education announced the finalists of their national Rural Tech Project, including Austin-based social-good company CareerCraft and their work with the Rural Schools Innovation Zone (RSIZ).