Career and College Ready Graduates (CCRG) Information Meetings Registration Open Now
The CCRG legislation requires high school juniors, who do not meet career and college ready benchmarks, to take CCRG courses in their senior year. These courses will allow students to enroll at the community college without the need for remediation. This legislation also requires that all high schools begin teaching these courses in the 2020-2021 academic year. With that deadline approaching, LEAs are invited to send a team to learn about CCRG implementation and courses. LEA teams should include up to six people including, but not limited to, CAOs, advising lead, high school principal or assistant principal, math lead or teacher, English lead or teacher. This is a “train the trainer” opportunity so plan for your team to serve as CCRG leaders in their respective areas of expertise.
Meetings will be held across the state.
October 28 District 5—Piedmont-Triad Winston-Salem
October 29 District 4—Sandhills Cumberland County
October 31 District 3—North Central Raleigh
November 5 District 1—Northeast Washington
November 6 District 2—Southeast Wilmington
November 12 District 6—Southwest Charlotte
November 13 District 7—Northwest Wilkesboro
November 14 District 8—Western Asheville
Each meeting will run from 9:00—4:00 and include lunch.
Following is a brief agenda:
Welcome (DPI) Legislation overview (NCCCS)
College Ready Math and English course development (NCCCS)
Review of pilot data (NCCCS)
Student criteria for placement or exemption (DPI and NCCCS)
Course parameters (DPI)
Teaching the course (NCCCS)
English teachers – NROC and the CCRG English IV Course
Math teachers – NROC and the 4th math
Counselors and administrators – what you need to know
If you have specific questions regarding these meetings, please contact Laura Kalbaugh, at email@example.com.