Materials from the 2012 National Conference on Integrated Basic Skills Pathways

The second annual National Conference on Integrated Basic Skills Pathways took place in Seattle, Washington on May 8th and 9th, 2012. There were nearly 200 participants representing over 20 states. 

Conference Objectives:

  • To provide content and support as teams and states continue to implement integrated career pathways
  • To come together as a national learning community committed to providing program re-design fostering student attainment of credentials and family supporting employment
  • For each team and state to gain clear guidance and strategic direction toward the implementation of policies to support the implementation of integrated career pathways

Plenary on Federal Policy (Johan Uvin)

Scale and Sustainability: State & Institutional Levels

Great Ways to Support your Work

Building the Case for Adult Education: A Guide to Advocacy Communications

Building Effective Local Partnerships Part I: Employers and CBOs

Building Effective Local Partnerships Part II: Employers and CBOs

Using Evaluation for Continuous Program Improvement: A Conversation with the Accelerating Opportunity Evaluators 

Team Time (Wednesday AM)

Facilitated Roundtable Discussions

Student Support Services

Performance Funding

Policy: Financing Integrated Pathways without Pell