Hot off the Press from the US DOE’s Office of Career, Technical & Adult Education
“Jobs for the Future (JFF) Jobs for the Future recently released several new publications and a tool kit on work-based learning relevant to CTE and workforce development systems. Those responsible for designing and/or delivering CTE or adult education may also find these new releases useful or applicable to their work.
One of these new publications, Making Work-Based Learning Work presents the design and implementation of effective models of work-based learning that expand access to these programs. It highlights seven principles that support low-skilled youths and adults seeking to enter and advance in their careers.
JFF’s Work-Based Learning in Action is a series of case studies highlighting effective models of work-based learning using the seven principles.”