McDaniel-Hale: U46′s Career Pathways program charts practical course for students
By Linda McDaniel-Hale
What better way to give students the opportunity to learn job skills while they are in high school? After graduation, students with job skills can work and attend college courses at night or take them online. With the cost of college being so expensive, this is definitely a cost-effective alternative to attending full-time.
Judy Mortrude, senior policy analyst for the Center for Law and Social Policy said, “When it comes to workforce development, career pathways are the best way to build individual prosperity and regional economic competitiveness.”
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