For the last five years, transitional course development and implementation has been a collaborative effort by the NECSS Power of 15 committee, whose mission is to ensure all students graduate high school with one semester of college credit completed. To date, the NECSS region has had two cohorts of Transitional Math and one cohort of […]
In cooperation with the Northwest Educational Council for Student Success (NECSS), around 450 students from over a dozen area schools attended a “Future Educators Conference” at Harper College in Palatine Wednesday, Jan. 25.
First Lady Dr. Jill Biden and Cabinet secretaries kicked off National Apprenticeship Week by visiting Rolling Meadows High School in District 214. A student from Rolling Meadows High School documented the First Lady’s visit in this must-watch video. It was also American Education Week. To celebrate both, D214 Board of Education member Andrea Rauch got […]
Congratulations to all the school districts who awarded College and Career Pathway Endorsements to 596 students in the Class of 2022. We’re thrilled to share that more than 500 of those students are from our Success Network Leadership Communities.
The Northwest Educational Council for Student Success Leads on College and Career Pathway Endorsements
In the 2022–23 school year, NECSS offered the highest number of College and Career Pathway Endorsements, which demonstrate that a student is ready to pursue higher education or enter an in-demand career field.
Northwest Suburbs Issue 448 College and Career Pathway Endorsements, Increase Quality of Work-Based Learning Opportunities
The NECSS region issued 448 College and Career Pathway Endorsements to the Class of 2022, Barrington improves its work-based learning offerings, and D214’s educator prep program is featured on NBC Chicago.
D214 highlights work-based learning experiences for students in the law and culinary arts pathways.
Science and theater teachers from Hersey High School teamed up to create “John Hersey Medical Center,” in which Introduction to Heath Care students were doctors and acting students were patients. The interdisciplinary learning project was featured in the Daily Herald.
Through the information collected on the NECSS Student Data Dashboard, the Equity for All taskforce seeks to analyze and identify achievement gaps of special populations.
Buffalo Grove High School students are named national INCubatoredu finalists, D214 student earns National Cyber Scholar honor, D220 is expanding its education pathway, and elected officials visit Wheeling High School’s METT pathway.