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Improving Noncollege Pathways to Skills and Successful Careers
  • Publication Date:
    April 2019

Helping all children reach their educational goals should be a priority. However, a realistic approach to employment means that a college degree shouldn’t represent the only path. The Committee for Economic Development (CED) believes the nation must focus on effective pathways to help students from all backgrounds and educational attainments successfully transition to careers as members of a skilled US workforce. To further that goal, this report looks at three tools to better serve students whose initial entry into the workforce will not necessarily include a traditional college degree.


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