This report summarizes responses to a request for information about career pathways systems, including respondent-identified facilitators and barriers to career pathways development and implementation as well as promising practices.
Evaluation report on the Accelerating Opportunity (AO) initiative, which aimed to help adults with low basic skills earn valued occupational credentials, obtain well-paying jobs, and sustain rewarding careers.
This policy brief summarizes Integrated Education and Training (IET), which is a combination of education and job skills training that is used to transition adult learners beyond adult basic education and through a career pathway that can offer them job training and eventual gainful employment.
This report analyzes data on the postsecondary degree and non-degree credential attainment of first- and second-generation adults (ages 16 to 64) to explore the relationship between these credentials and adults’ economic outcomes.
Power in Numbers aims to help adult students receive the higher-level math skills they need to succeed in the real world. This video series comprises of three short videos in English and Spanish and an accompanying video discussion guide. The series serves to promote the importance and relevance of advanced math skills to inspire adult learners.
This report presents findings from a research project that examines how adult education providers in three cities designed and implemented career pathways programming for adults who are immigrants or have barriers to employment and education.
An evaluation of the two-year Transition to College and Careers demonstration project, which addressed academic and non-academic barriers to college for adult learners in six adult education centers across New England.