MADERA UNIFIED SCHOOL DISTRICT
The Madera Unified School District is located in the geographic center of California in a growing community of 55,000, serving over 20,000 students (K-12) in 28 schools.
Madera Unified School District (MUSD) partnered with IMAGO to help equip 6th-grade learners with knowledge about different professional industries and local career pathways available within the district—aiming to prepare them better to make informed decisions in high school and beyond. In light of this goal, IMAGO developed digital Industries and Local Paths lessons specific to MUSD’s career pathway offerings. MUSD learners had access to the full IMAGO platform and library of lessons – Industries, Local Paths, and six additional types of lessons:
IMAGO’s Industries and Local Path Lessons
Career Exploration (Industries)
Twelve (12) online lessons are included in the career exploration curriculum that provides descriptions of each industry sector: Agriculture and Natural Resources; Arts, Media, and Entertainment; Building and Construction Trades; Education, Child Development, and Family Services; Engineering and Architecture; Health Science and Medical Technology; Hospitality, Tourism, and Recreation; Information and Communication Technology; Manufacturing and Production; Marketing, Sales, and Services; Public Service; and Transportation.
Ten (10) online lessons overview a specific career pathway offered in high school at Madera Unified.
- Within the district, 57 teachers created one or more classes totaling 631 hours spent on the IMAGO platform.