• Multiple Pathways:
    A Broader Vision for School Reform

    Our current system places far too much emphasis on a single pathway to success: attending and graduating from a four-year college after completing an academic program of study in high school. Yet as we’ve seen, only 30 percent of young adults successfully complete this preferred pathway, despite decades of efforts to raise the numbers. And too many of them graduate from college without a clear conception of the career they want to pursue, let alone a pathway for getting there.

    Pathways to Prosperity. Cambridge, MA: Harvard Graduate School of Education, Harvard University, 2011.

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