The Multiple Education and Employment Pathways initiative (Multiple Pathways) is designed to support efforts across the state to decrease dropout rates, increase graduation rates and support new ways for young people prepare for success in a 21st century economy.
To accomplish the goal of universal success for all of our youth, state and community leaders must offer educational options and supports that are student-centered and designed to meet each young person’s unique needs.
Dropout Reduction & Multiple Pathways Development Virtual Tool Shed
The new “Dropout Reduction and Multiple Pathways Development Virtual Tool Shed,” a state-wide effort in collaboration with the Department of Elementary and Secondary Education (ESE), the Executive Office of Education (EOE), and other key stakeholders. This project is designed to collect and share effective tools for practitioners in the field working on improving graduation rates and developing multiple pathways to graduation.
Download a more detailed description of the project, including a list of categories of tools being sought.
We are soliciting contributions from practitioners across Massachusetts who are using effective tools in existing programs. Anyone interested is encouraged to submit relevant materials.
For instructions on submitting tools, download the submission form.
For more information, contact Shailah Stewart at firstname.lastname@example.org.