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.
Golden Corridor Advanced Manufacturing Partnership (GCAMP) and Acme Industries partnered to bring real-world experiences to a Rolling Meadows High School manufacturing class. This virtual project allowed students to venture inside the inner workings of what it’s like to manufacture parts, from receiving the quote to the actual product completion. “The quote to production sessions have ignited […]
Culinary Arts Pathway serves up a learning buffet while Education Pathway winds through classroom experience.
Now several months into its second year, High School District 214’s apprenticeship program is building on the success of its inaugural year by branching out to serve more students in more fields.
Representatives from East St. Louis School District 189 and Township High School District 214 in the Northwest suburbs of Chicago shared how they have implemented trauma-informed practices in their districts in partnership with the Illinois Federation of Teachers and community partners.
Yennifer Velazquez, an Elk Grove High School grad, completed her first year of college with no student loan debt, thanks to Middle College! When Yennifer Velazquez decided to become a nurse, the Elk Grove High School junior knew she was looking at years of education—and debt. Then she heard about District 214’s innovative Middle College […]