National School-to-Work Learning and Information Center
http://www.stw.ed.gov--This site is probably the most complete school-to-work site listed here. It includes an abundance of information about initiatives, resources, grants, technical assistance providers, research and events.
Florida School-to-Work Information Navigator
http://www.flstw.fsu.edu/flstw.html--The Florida site includes a conference calendar, brochures in Spanish, exemplary program highlights, Web-based videos, and information about free satellite telecasts. The site also links to resources for grant and funding information, legislative updates and evaluation materials.
National Center for Research in Vocational Education
http://ncrve.berkeley.edu/--This site includes full texts of newsletters, monographs and other reports produced by NCRVE. It also includes skill standards links, a calendar of events and a listing of school-to-work technical assistance providers. The NCRVE school-to-work products mini-catalog is searchable at http://ncrve.berkeley.edu/prodcat.html
http://www.edweek.org/context/topics/work.htm--The Education Week newspaper has a good site that points to school-to-work articles from its archives. It also provides other print and Web resources on school-to-work.
New York State Department of Labor
http://www.labor.state.ny.us/youth/youth.htm--This site focuses on youth careers and has information about choosing a career, acquiring needed skills, finding a job, and tools for educators. It also links to working papers and a career resource library. Nebraska, Texas, Vermont and California also have School-to-Work websites. Go to http://mohost.moric.org/stw/title.html for links to these sites.
Vocational Education Resources
http://pegasus.cc.ucf.edu/~sorg/vocation.html#C--This website includes links to over 15 other sites related specifically to school-to- work and tech prep.
http://www.avaonline.org/school-to-work.html--The Web site for the American Vocational Association includes information about AVA's School-to-Work Partners coalition, its School-to-Work Technical Assistance program and products for promoting school-to-work initiatives. It also links to AVA's School-to-Work Reporter.
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