Creating Equitable Pathways to Ensure Civic Engagement and College and Career Readiness for All Students
When all students, but in particular our students who have been most underserved, are guaranteed to graduate with skills that transfer across disciplines, experiences and credentials that qualify them for employment in well-paying careers, and the ability to take in and critically examine the vast quantities of competing information available in today’s social and political environment, the American promises of social mobility, liberty, and self-actualization may be realized.
To achieve this, we must create equitable pathways for all students.
Before jumping into the report, we wanted to share the words of students and educators who are living this work. Learn who they are and how equitable, flexible, and multiple pathways lead to civic engagement as well as college and career readiness for all students.
Then, read the report and begin exploring how your school community can implement equitable pathways that work for your students.