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CCL In.Sight., is meant to support local education, business and community leaders in their work by exploring what’s happening in communities and schools across the United States related to Career Connected Learning.  We’ll explore key trends and practices, with a focus on what’s working, what’s promising, and what’s coming down the road.


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Hans and I just released a new thought piece on education that highlights where we’ve been, where we are now, and what we need to do in order to successfully move into the future. As you might imagine, the focus …

I’ve been following the emerging debate among futurists about what impact automation and artificial intelligence (AI) will have on our jobs. One presenter I viewed who spoke at a regional TEDx event a few years ago predicted that in the …

Everyone Loves A Winner

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I’ve just spent the past couple of days at the Technology Centers that Work conference (a fantastic event by the way), listening to the brilliant Pam Daly talk about marketing, communications, and branding. It brought to mind one of the …

The Dropout Problem

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One thing I’ve noticed is that people love to start new things, but we’re not nearly as excited about maintaining things. Flocks of us rush to the gym in January as part of our New Year resolutions, but the gym …

Over the last 15 years, I have personally benefitted from visiting dozens of schools to see real-life examples of innovation in Career Pathways. One of the best structured visits has been the event hosted by the Nashville Hub, an organization …

ORIGINALLY POSTED SEPTEMBER 2018 From time to time, both through our Engage.Connect newsletter and through this blog, we’ll be sharing resources that will help you strengthen your Career Connected Learning efforts in various ways. This month I’m pleased to share a Partnership Practices …

Last week, I posted an excerpt from the conclusion of the new Pathways System Decision Guide.  Here’s the remainder of the conclusion.   Pause, Reflect, Recharge, Refocus and Re-engage Leading change is hard and takes tremendous creative and organizational energy.  It’s …

Rick Hess, Director of Education Studies for the American Enterprise Institute, is one of the best-known and most prolific voices on education in the country. He has recently started releasing short videos on various hot-button issues in education, which you …

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