EERC studies all aspects of the process of developing industry-based career pathways including curriculum development, stackable credentials, career and technical education, apprenticeships and other training models. We also study other institutional reforms to transitions along the educational pathway including credit-transfer and prior learning assessment. Find out more about our Education to Career Pathways work here.
EERC examines innovation in learning strategies including online learning, the use of technology in learning, hands-on learning, work-based learning, and reforms to basic skills and development education. Find out more about our Learning Strategies work here.
EERC studies the ways students navigate educational and career decisions. We examine institutional approaches to student advising and academic support, as well as the influence of information on student decision making. Find out more about our Academic and Career Advising work here.
EERC brings unique expertise to studying the intersection of higher education and the public workforce system and connections between educational institutions and the labor market, including sector strategies. Find out more about our Workforce System and Employer Partnership work here.