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GPS-structured approach to CCP selection
1:00 PM | Sunday, Nov 11 | Room: A 220–222
Tiffin City and Tiffin University partnered to create four learning pathways. Discover how the Graduate Pathways to Success (GPS) program creates greater opportunities in high-demand, high-quality career fields and helps students earn 36 to 48 college credits that can lead to employment directly out of high school or jump-start their future learning.
Topics: Innovation in instruction, Student achievement
Moderator: Gretta Kumpf, superintendent, Tipp City EV
Jennifer Losey, director of teaching and learning, Tiffin City
Chris Joyce, guidance counselor, Tiffin City
Amy Wood, assistant vice president for enrollment management, Tiffin University
Jay Feuerstein, College Credit Plus Advisor, Tiffin University
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