College & Career Ready

Do your students have the skills and confidence they need in the real world?

Preparing students for life beyond the classroom is a big responsibility. It’s also a moving target because the nature of the collegiate experience and the professional landscape are evolving more quickly than at any other time in history. How can you be sure that your students have the skills, knowledge, and confidence they need to thrive in the real world?

Did You Know?

“More than 60% of students fail to master assessment questions at the level of college- and career-ready complexity. Learning environments which mirror real-world collaborative workspaces can increase student outcomes by 20% or more by giving students the ability collaborate and create deep, complex understanding.” – Kevin Baird, Chairman
Center for College & Career Readiness

LEARN HOW TO ACHIEVE COLLEGE & CAREER READINESS

Connecting the Learning Experience

Methods

Participate in professional learning that helps you combine inquiry-based learning, accountable talk, and increased complexity of student tasks into innovative lesson plans that empower and prepare your students.

Environments

Prepare your students for success in real-world workspaces by creating learning environments which mirror the offices and job requirements of the future.

Tools

Integrate technology into your classroom in a way that mirrors real-world applications, helping familiarize students with actual skills and use cases.

Relationships

Cultivate cross-functional team skills by removing the physical and curriculum-based barriers to collaborative learning and problem solving.

MeTEOR Readiness Design Studio: Innovation to Design Real-world Classrooms for Real-world Thinking

LEARN HOW TO ACHIEVE COLLEGE & CAREER READINESS

Connecting The Dots

Readiness Reality

Studies show that more than 2/3 of students are not yet prepared for success as measured on College & Career Readiness Assessments. These students reported that the tasks on the assessment tests were more difficult and/or unlike anything they had seen before in the classroom.