New Report From Georgetown CEW, Defined PBL Webinar, Voices of Change Writing Fellowship

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“Rural Americans are only slightly less likely to have a good job than their urban counterparts, and for workers without a bachelor's degree, rural America actually offers a better likelihood of having a good job. That being said, white workers are currently the only demographic group in rural America in which the majority hold a good job.” — Georgetown University Center on Education and the Workforce Director Anthony P. Carnevale in their new report. Read more here:
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Offering career-connected learning experiences to students levels the playing field, ensuring that every child has the opportunity to chart a path toward an inspiring future. On March 18th, Jay McTighe and education leaders from across the U.S. will come together to discuss how to provide students with meaningful learning opportunities that build future-ready skills and expand career pathways.

Please join this  to hear from district leaders across the U.S. who will discuss how to engage students in career-connected learning that boosts student outcomes. We’ll share examples of how districts are achieving this through career-connected PBL and STEM. .
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  • Date: Monday, March 18th, 2024
  • Time: 11:00 AM - 4:00 PM ET. Participate in all or part as time permits. 
If you can't attend on March 18th but would like to receive a recording,  and we'll email you a recording of the presentations.
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EdSurge's Voices of Change Fellowship is seeking its next cohort. This is an amazing opportunity for educators with a love for writing and a commitment to equity! Voices of Change is a 10-month, paid ($5k) fellowship dedicated to amplifying the voices of students and educators from underrepresented groups in education. The deadline is April 1. Learn more and apply:
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