Good to Great to Innovate

Recalculating the Route to Career Readiness, K-12+

Lyn D. Sharratt ,

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Good to Great to Innovate: Recalculating the Route to Career Readiness, K-12+

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Guide your students to a successful future in the new economy

How can schools best prepare students for the highly competitive job market and global economy? This compelling book presents a transformative approach to college and career readiness within the public education system, based on data and best practices contributed by outstanding schools on five continents. 

Written for education leaders at all levels, this resource shows how to

Design an innovative  Pathways approach to career readiness  that empowers students as informed decision-makers Integrate career training into curriculum through a network of local community partners  Develop an approach to life-skill preparation, K-12+, that is inclusive of all. 

Learn how educators—and entire school systems—can consistently support career development, helping students find rewarding paths forward.

"Congratulations  and thanks Sharratt and Harild for this inspirational look at Innovation as the next step to move school systems from Good to Great. The examples and advice shared throughout this book and it′s precursor, Putting FACES on the Data have been catalysts for leading my team to thoughtful collective action within our K- 12 Family of Schools as we create pathways for The Literate Graduates together."
—Joy Uniac, Superintendent of Education
Peel District School Board, Ontario, Canada

"Through extensive research and practical examples, this outstanding book puts forward a compelling case for structured, collaborative inquiry processes to achieve success for ALL students."
—Janelle Wills, Director
Marzano Institute Australia

"Without question the job market demands agility, resourcefulness, innovation and fearlessness. The authors of Good to Great to Innovate brilliantly map the DNA of a relevant education."
—Debbie Hedgepeth, Assistant Superintendent
Vail Unified School District, USA

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