Welcome to the Illinois Transitions Blog

This blog provides a platform for resources to be shared and discussions to be engaged in by anyone providing transitioning services. The content of the blog is especially applicable to those involved in the Illinois Transitions Academy.

The Transitions Academy is designed to assist colleges and partnerships working on developing Bridge and ICAPS (Integrated Career and Academic Preparation System) programs by increasing awareness of the expanding partnership between Adult Education and Career and Technical Education as it relates to the ICAPS model, Accelerating Opportunity, Illinois Bridge programs, and Illinois Programs of Study. The Transitions Academy is designed to assist colleges and partnerships working on developing Bridge and ICAPS (Integrated Career and Academic Preparation System) programs.



Monday, October 14, 2013

Making Dual Credit Work: The Voice of the System

Join a conversation facilitated by the Illinois Community College Board that focuses on best practices in dual credit. In this session, several partner colleges will engage participants in interactive discussions about innovative and effective practices related to implementing, evaluating, and improving dual credit across the system. This workshop will also provide opportunities for local practitioners to share how they are helping students learn once but earn twice.

Fall workshops will take place on November 7, 2013 at Moraine Valley Community College. 

To register for either event visit
 http://138.87.77.6/icsps/machform/view.php?id=108

This workshop is part of the Illinois Regional Network.  The Illinois Community College Board (ICCB) established the Regional Network to develop an ongoing professional development platform for community college CTE administrators, coordinators and faculty.  The intent is to ensure that community college career and technical programs continue to focus effectively on student outcomes, strengthen the connections between secondary and postsecondary education, and improve program accountability.

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