Council Exchange Board of Trade Looking Forward Research & Development
Student to Employee Competence Research
Aligning Data-Driven Career-Ready delivery system components that harmonize student assessment to success outcomes and relevant regional employment requirements, particularly for the ICT and cyber security industry.
Creating short and long-term industry approved instructional plans and strategies to encourage problem-solving, critical thinking , and teamwork. Focused on building resilient communities by developing transformational partnerships with Community Colleges, HBCUs & MSI.
Ensure Career and Technology Education (CTE) instructors, university faculty and learning delivery professionals access innovation to create new approaches for students and employers to access work-based knowledge and applied skills development.
Building a Nation of Producers
Ready for Work?
In a very real sense completing high school today is like completing middle school 30 years ago. We are in the middle of a crisis and Industry has a responsibility to be part of the solution. The Council Exchange Board of Trade (CEBOT) - Looking Forward Research & Development Initiative's design based research develops new industry credentials and certifications. The Center for Innovation and STEM-CTE Research brings stakeholders together from diverse backgrounds to transform how learning and earning can grow our economy and bring more agency to citizenry.
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Understanding how information is processed and the creation of models that anticipate effective human thinking.
Cognitive processes include perception, recognition, imagining, remembering, thinking, judging, reasoning, problem solving, conceptualizing, and planning
Discovering learning models that are student centered, facilitating context and questions that provide the learner an opportunity to better frame the knowledge acquisition process as a benefit to future outcomes, rather than earning a grade or passing a test.
CEBOT is engaged in a systematic yet flexible study methodology aimed to improve educational practices in CTE through iterative analysis, design, development, and implementation that is based on collaboration among researchers and practitioners in real-world settings. Research is both evidence and industry based.
Developing a systematic study of the risks, group cultural and social constructs, and other areas of ethnography will build upon itself and assist in future exploration of the cultural phenomena that impacts learning and economic advancement in divers communities.
POST-SECONDARY A P P R E N T I C E S H I P I N T E R M E D I A R Y
Significant inequities in educational resources and opportunities are provided to minority students nationwide. As a national trade association CEBOT works to provide research innovation that investigates CTE policies, programs, and curriculum that are effective in improving the education and career outcomes for students.
Our mission is to both discover or innovate funding mechanisms and to research how to reduce the gaps in access to and success in the school to career process, particularly for students who leave high school and go to work in Information Communications and Technology (ICT) positions.
CEBOT represents 65,000 U.S. minority technology companies with combined revenues of over $100 Billion. Developing an effective, outcome based workforce system is a key mission.
CEBOT is focused on the development of industry-recognized credential or certification's the secondary and post-secondary level. Secondary level advancement research in cybersecurity that will ensures students are ready for work requires programed coordination. CEBOT subscribes to follow the Program of Study Design Framework (Click Image to Download).
Design Based Research in Cyber Security
The Minority Cyber Inclusion Council works to bridge the gap between industry, government and education in order to inform the minority community about the growing employment and training opportunities.
“Partnerships and Policies must promote learning outcomes that are accountable to workforce requirements and industry credentials that lead to post high school employment for a greater number of U.S. citizens ”.
“Creating written memorandum of agreements (MOAs) with industry associations that promote workforce and economic development strategies that create jobs will attract employers and build communities”.
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The Council Exchange Board of Trade (CEBOT) reserves the right to refuse/cancel a membership in the CEBOT. If CEBOT refuses a new or renewing membership, registrants will be offered a refund. During the renewal process each year, members must attest to continued eligibility for membership based on the criteria set forth in their respective membership category. Regular auditing of membership records may be conducted.
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