Student success is every educator’s highest priority, but the interpretation of success is ambiguous. It’s clear that despite best intentions education is not fully succeeding in preparing our youth for success beyond school.
“Career-ready students are prepared for success in life after high school, including postsecondary education and modern jobs and career paths. The purpose of education is to look beyond test scores or graduation rates, to the knowledge, skills, and aptitudes (competencies) students actually need to succeed in adult life—success after school.”
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From: Orient Action
June 7, 2017