One-size-does-not-fit-all. That’s the guiding philosophy at our Pathways Academy where students take part in hands-on experiences tailored to their unique interests and abilities. It’s also what helped spawn the Peer Leaders program, which partners Pathways high schoolers with middle school students learning in a special education classroom based at Iroquois Middle School in Niskayuna. “Originally, …
Once a path for students who were only seeking vocational skills, career and technical education is now a pathway for students looking to build career skills, get a start on their college education or simply learn a life skill that will allow them to pay for college. More than 70 percent of high school students …
Students in our component school districts are encouraged to explore our Career and Technical School and Capital Region Pathways in Technology Early College High School (P-TECH) programs.
For students with autism, many of whom struggle to make sense of spoken words, having well-organized visual supports to guide their learning can make all the difference. Our new TEACCH program was designed with these students in mind.
How cool would it be to build a sandcastle that could withstand the power of the ocean’s waves? Recently, second graders tackled this problem themselves—applying engineering principles, teamwork and creative investigation with the help of our STEM (science, technology, engineering and math) instructional services.
Students put their knowledge and skills into play as they learn with our business and industry partners.
New programs and services offer creative, collaborative and cost-effective educational solutions.
A new innovative high school program is partnering business and industry, higher education and K-12 education.
Partnership with GLOBALFOUNDRIES leads to new opportunity for area high school and adult students.