Schools labor to build pathways to work as youth employment drops | The Alamedan

From the Alamedan: “It’s lunchtime at Encinal High School, and Mary Clarke-Miller is working to keep the noise level in her classroom low enough for her to talk about the high school’s Academy, a small “school within a school” that offers the 47 youths enrolled in it a more intimate learning experience – along with basic job skills and multimedia training.

By offering her charges hands-on learning along with the security of a small group of teachers and students who are together for much of the day, Clarke-Miller is betting she can improve at-risk and other students’ chances of completing high school while offering a clearer path to college and career.”

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Author: New York State DCDT

The New York DCDT strives to increase collaboration efforts in effective transition planning for individuals with disabilities by reducing the duplication of efforts and aligning resources and communication.

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