Generating Knowledge & Expertise
The NCTN partners with adult education, workforce, and community organizations and college systems from across the country to incubate and pilot innovations in policy, provide technical assistance, and promote professional development.
Served on the national leadership team to help lead the transformation of how states, adult basic education programs, and community and technical colleges educate low-skilled adults. Also, we led the professional development needed for effective integrated career pathways.
Serving as the lead partner in this National Skills Coalition led initiative, the NCTN is assisting local communities in selected states design and implement a variety of upskilling strategies aimed at supporting workers with basic skills gaps achieve economic mobility.
Led the curriculum review and redesign process for academic program teams in the Health Sciences and Computer Information Systems/IT fields. The efforts of these two state-wide teams are an integral part of this Massachusetts community college consortium’s initiative.
Investigating strategies and models that address the needs of single mother learners. The results will lay the foundation for the scalable nationwide implementation of programs and policies that prepare single mothers for career pathway success.
Designed to be the first rung in the career ladder for adults who have been out of school for awhile, six pilot sites operating in five states served to bridge learners in Adult Secondary and English for Speakers of Other Languages programs to postsecondary education and training.