How Middle and High School Educators See the Skills Shaping the Modern Economy
Labor market data and previously reported research confirm that the skills required of the modern workforce have changed. The new foundational skills of the modern economy include greater digital savvy, increaLearn More
Accepting That Four-Year College is No Longer a Panacea for Today’s Students
Valuing students’ voices in conversations about their futures…and why we must be OK with their plans including different forms of postsecondary education.
We know that thLearn More
Exploring Students’ Perceptions & Expectations for Internships
Internships and other experiential work opportunities are fundamental to the workforce at large and to individual professional development. These temporary work arrangements provide students a structured opporLearn More
& Insights Studies
Labor market data and previously reported research confirm that the skills required of the modern workfoLearn More 1 downloadable item
How the Japanese framework of Ikigai can help guide American youth toward more targeted educLearn More
Valuing students’ voices in conversations about their futures…and why we must be OK wiLearn More
Students today tend to be pragmatic — many understand that to have a successful future, they must be wilLearn More 1 downloadable item
Is the dream of a four-year college education for every child still the ideal for parents, or are parentLearn More 1 downloadable item
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