Children graduating from K-12 schools are largely unprepared for workplace challenges, and with the rise of smart machines, workforce readiness gaps are likely to increase. What are promising practices for preparing students for the changing world of work? How can educators help students develop their uniquely human attributes and flexible skills that can be applied across settings?
In Core Education’s April issue brief, we explore resources on workforce readiness for 21st century careers. We examine several frameworks for career readiness, essential elements of those frameworks and resources for powerful educational experiences to develop career readiness.
To view the issue brief, see https://mailchi.mp/168ceb7dd642/7y14uz9cvv-1809449
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