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Day: March 4, 2019

Transitioning the Term, “Career”

States are recognizing that career pathway initiatives are necessary in K-12. Students must become aware of the future that awaits them after high school graduation. Today’s economy is requiring talents to obtain innovative, entrepreneurial, and high skills as a strategy to gain some type of economic success. Not to mention, revitalization projects in urban cities, are calling for talents to utilize their artistic talents to preserve the culture that enriched these communities for years. Here’s the key: schools still have to follow a traditional curriculum to ensure that our students… Read more Transitioning the Term, “Career”