State Statute and Guidance
- See General Statutes of Connecticut Chapter 170 Sec. 10-221a(g) for statutory language related to graduation through demonstrations of mastery.
- See the Connecticut State Department of Education report Today’s Skills, Tomorrow’s Careers: Career Clusters, Career Pathways, Sample Occupations, and Programs of Study for Connecticut state guidance related to career development pathways with sample courses.
- See Maine Revised Statutes Title 20-A, §4703: Instruction for Individual Students for statutory language related to different types of pathways.
- See Career/Vocational Technical Education, a Massachusetts Department of Elementary and Secondary Education website linking to career and technical education.
- See Massachusetts High Quality College and Career Pathways Initiative, a page linking to state statute and guidance for creating two types of pathways: one with an early college focus, and the other with a career focus.
- See Senate Bill 276 – Career Readiness Drive to 65 Act for statutory language related to career and technical education and career credentials.
- See Technical Assistance Document SB 276: The Drive to 65 Act for technical assistance and interpretation of SB 276 by New Hampshire Alliance for College and Career Readiness.
- See 65 By 25 Achieving Economic Prosperity Through Post-Secondary Education, a white paper that uses student data to argue for the importance of post-secondary education and credentials.
- See New Hampshire Minimum Standards for Public Schools for statutory language related to administrator and school board duties, as well as graduation requirements.
- See the Office of College and Career Readiness for the Rhode Island Department of Education’s links to guidance related to pathways.