Accelerated learning programs (for example, dual credit, dual enrollment) have positive effects on academic achievement, high school graduation and college access and success
How is Oregon doing at meeting its accelerated-credit goals? Education Northwest looked closely at how these programs are working in Oregon through the state’s Regional Promise program.
Northwest Matters Blog
By Erich Stiefvater and Jennie Fennelle | April 18, 2018
The benefits of career and technical education (CTE) run the gamut. For example, CTE gives schools an opportunity to engage students and prepare them for creative, high-wage and in-demand careers.
But when it comes to CTE, what teaching strategies make a difference?
On our blog, Erich Stiefvater and Jennie Fennelle make a case for combining the strengths of project-based and blended learning. This approach can benefit students by providing practical knowledge and skills while maintaining collaboration with peers and instructors.