This is a cross-post from The Quick and the Ed, authored by Lydia Malley and Teresa Kroeger (original post date: August 18, 2014). This is the first of two posts about U.S. teens’ results on a recent international assessment of financial literacy.
A career pathway approach connects progressive levels of education, training, support services, and credentials for specific occupations in a way that optimizes the progress and success of individuals with varying levels of abilities and needs. This approach helps people earn marketable credentials, engage in further education and employment, and achieve economic success.
This is a cross-post from Ready by 21 authored by Patrick Boyle. Original post date: July 17, 2014. What does it take to get young people ready for life?