University Seminar on Creating World Class Curricula for 9-14 Career Education Programs at Harvard

University Video Description from Harvard: James Stone moderates this workshop session in which Gene Bottoms, Patrick Ainsworth, Andrew Rothstein, Lauren Woodman and David Dimmett discuss the importance of curricula that are both high quality and include attention to career preparation. They describe a number of features that should characterize such curricular materials and processes.

James Stone, Director, National Research Center for Career and Technical Education (NRCCTE), University of Louisville (Moderator); Gene Bottoms, Senior Vice President, Southern Regional Education Board (SREB); Patrick Ainsworth, Assistant Superintendent, Career & College Transition Division, California Department of Education; Andrew Rothstein, Special Advisor, Education Policy, National Academy Foundation; Lauren Woodman, General Manager, Education Programs, Microsoft Corporation; David Dimmett, Senior Vice President and Chief Engagement Officer, Project Lead the Way.



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