TEA has partnered with BloomBoard to offer some of Texas’ first-ever micro-credentials. College and Career Readiness is one of the handful of programs that has been a focus of this work, and we are now accepting participants for this groundbreaking pilot.
The pilot program includes targeted resources, peer collaboration, and facilitated learning activities designed to support participants in earning a micro-credential of their choosing. The three crucial components of College & Career Readiness that are the anchors of this summer’s pilot work on House Bill 5 (HB5) Pathways are: Guiding Students to Select an Endorsement, Engaging Students in the Re-Evaluation an Endorsement, and Aligning Pathways to Local Employment Data.
For more information and to register by June 14th, click here.
We still have spaces available, so please pass this email along to the school counselors and educators you work with. If you have any questions, feel free to email the Program Manager, Molly Latinova (firstname.lastname@example.org), for more details. The personalized learning, facilitation, and opportunity to earn micro-credentials will continue throughout the summer.
Click here to join TEA and BloomBoard in this exciting work.