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New Resources Available for Employability Skills

The Office of Career, Technical, and Adult Education (OCTAE) has released new resources to help educators further integrate employability skills into high quality CTE programs.

To introduce the new resources released last week, our own Executive Director Kimberly Green participated in a webinar entitled Why Do Employability Skills Matter? A video of her presentation and those of fellow presenters is available via the Perkins Collaborative Resources Network.

The Employability Skills Framework website also offers sections for educators, employers and policymakers as well as a variety of assessments and crosswalks between these skills, the Common Core State Standards and the Common Career Technical Core. Check out this presentation to explore these new resources further.

Andrea Zimmermann, State Policy Associate

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