ECPCE 810 - College and Career Readiness in K-12 Schools

Overview

Course Title

College and Career Readiness in K-12 Schools

Description

This course is an introduction and overview to college and career readiness from a holistic and developmental perspective for students in the K-12 setting. Working within a developmental and social justice framework participants will: learn about developmentally appropriate academic and personal needs of students as they transition from elementary through high school; learn about strategies and interventions to facilitate students' college career readiness at the elementary, middle and secondary school level; learn about and utilize informational resources needed to assist students with secondary transition planning (included but not limited to identifying postsecondary options, the college application and admissions process, sources of financial assistance); and learn about strategies for working collaboratively with teachers, administrators, parents and other key stakeholders in facilitating student college and career readiness and postsecondary transition. This course will include information and strategies for working with special populations (e.g., undocumented students, ELLs, LGBT, and students with disabilities) on the postsecondary transition planning process.

Typically Offered

Fall, Spring

Academic Career

Graduate

Credits

Minimum Units

3

Maximum Units

3

Academic Progress Units

3

Repeat For Credit

No

Components

Name

Lecture

Hours

3

Requisites

034284

Course Schedule