- Multiple Pathways | New York State Education Department
The New York State Board of Regents approved regulations establishing multiple, comparably rigorous assessment pathways to graduation for all students
- Jump Start Graduation Pathways - Louisiana Believes
Jump Start Graduation Pathways Starting in the 2017-2018 school year, Jump Start graduation pathways will be updated only one time – in June of each year – to add new courses and credentials
- TO: Indiana State Board of Education FROM: Alicia . . .
TO: Indiana State Board of Education FROM: Alicia Kielmovitch, Senior Director of Policy and Legislation RE: Graduation Pathways Policy Guidance – Updates to Version 7
- Downtown Brooklyn Referral Center – Pathways to Graduation
Downtown Brooklyn Referral Center 69 Schermerhorn Street Brooklyn , NY 11201 Tel: 718-935-9457
- PATHWAYS FOR FEMALE STUDENTS - sidneycsd. org
SIDNEY CSD GRADUATION PATHWAYS DATA The Board of Regents approved regulations establishing multiple, comparably rigorous assessment pathways to graduation for all students
- Two additional graduation options available for the . . .
Students who entered grade 9 after July 1, 2014, are the first to earn diplomas under the new graduation requirements In addition to satisfying the high school curriculum requirements, students in Ohio must meet one of three existing pathways to earn a high school diploma To support the transition to new requirements, the General Assembly approved temporary graduation options for students
- Career Pathways - Grayson College
Your success is our success, and the first step on your journey is choosing a career goal To help you identify your areas of interest and make things a little easier, we have organized all of our programs and courses into six Career Pathways—Advanced Manufacturing and Logistics, Arts and Humanities, Business and Entrepreneurship, Health Sciences, Public Services, and Science and Technology
- Board Of Regents Approves New Graduation Options | New . . .
The New York State Board of Regents today approved new options for students to meet the State’s high school graduation requirements The new regulations establish multiple, comparably rigorous pathways to graduation, including pathways in Career and Technical Education (CTE); Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics (STEM); the Arts; Biliteracy (languages other than