Not as Hard as You Think: Engaging High School Students InWork-Based Learning


  • No Comments

Contributed By


The Pathways to Prosperity Network, a collaboration of states, Jobs for the Future, and the Pathways to Prosperity Project at Harvard Graduate School of Education, seeks to ensure that many more youth complete high school and attain a postsecondary credential with currency in the labor market. Each participating state is engaging educators and employers in building a system of grades 9–14 career pathways, combining high school and community college, that launches young people into an initial
career,while leaving open the prospect of further education.

Learning Registry Activity