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Widening Postsecondary Pathways in High Schools

Over the past year, New York City has invested in a set of new programs designed to help young people explore and prepare for career pathways, with the NYC Public Schools Chancellor calling career success the district’s new “north star.” A report from College Access: Research & Action (CARA) draws on interviews, focus groups, and site visits with nine of CARA’s partner schools to understand how these efforts to expand career pathways are progressing. The report identifies four themes, highlighting both the promise educators see in widening postsecondary pathways, and the steps they feel are needed to ensure these new initiatives are implemented equitably and effectively.

  • Date Posted

    October 12, 2023

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    Duncan Cleary

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