A white paper from Pearson is designed to help educators navigate different approaches to students' college and career readiness


A new white paper introduces three "readiness models" designed to gauge students' preparedness for college and workforce success.

"On Track: Redefining Readiness in Education and the Workplace," from Pearson, was written by David T. Conley, Ph.D., Paul G. Stoltz, Ph.D., and researchers from the Pearson Research & Innovation Network Center for College & Career Success.

Over the years, the authors assert, educators, employers, and policy makers have changed their expectations. Instead of wanting to assess students' current knowledge, these stakeholders want to...

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