Academics matters, but kindness counts, too, and is an important ingredient in creating safe, welcoming and happy school communities for our learners.
Our 2021-22 programs and services include the “tried and true” along with new services designed for the times we’re living.
Students who choose career and technical training build essential vocational skills and get an education that expands their personal success.
Busy educators are now just a click away from customizable, standards-based curriculum via the members-only Essential Ed website.
October is National Careers in Construction Month—a time to spotlight the growing field of construction trades and inspire its next generation of craft professionals.
Keeping our students and staff safe and healthy is our first priority – learn how you can help.
Summer vacation may look a bit different this year — but we have eight weeks of activities to keep children engaged all summer long!
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.