Are you wondering what can really be done in middle school to ensure postsecondary success? After all, middle school is not important to college access and success, or is it? Come explore ways to foster collective responsibility among middle and high school faculty and staff for the postsecondary preparedness of their students. Participants will analyze information presented from the TDOE Seamless Pathways report and identify developmentally appropriate strategies middle school leaders can implement to provide seamless pathways from middle to high school to postsecondary. It’s not too early!
It's Not Too Early to Talk About College! Middle School and College Access
Date / time:
Tuesday, October 17, 2017 - 9:10am (1 hour)
Music City Center - Room 103b
Technology Integration Specialist, Instructor — Ayers Institute for Teacher Learning & Innovation; Lipscomb University College of Education
Director of Strategy and Engagement — Tennessee College Access and Success Network
Director of Student Readiness — Tennessee Department of Education