States create career pathways

As four-year college for all falls out of favor, six states will develop career pathways that combine academics with technical education. The idea is to help students finish high school, earn a vocational credential and find a job, while leaving the door open to higher education.

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  1. Walter E. Wallis says:

    Hear hear! Long time coming – now if they just don’t screw it up!

  2. Richard Aubrey says:

    Clausewitz said that, in war, everything is simple. The problem is that the simplest things are extremely difficult.
    I think there are more areas than war in which that is true, and this one is a prospect.