New Skills for Youth: Phase 2 Year 3 Evaluation Report

NSFY evaluation report

The third annual evaluation report for the New Skills for Youth (NSFY) initiative, funded by JPMorgan Chase, highlights how the initiative’s ten states are expanding access to high-quality career pathways for high school students. Under the leadership of the Council of Chief State School Officers, Advance CTE, and Education Strategy group, the states have developed new pathway programs that connect students to on-the-job and advanced education opportunities in high skill, high demand fields. States have also enhanced pathway quality with strengthened advising systems, increased employer input, and student supports. The report, conducted by researchers at the nonprofit research institute RTI International, highlights promising practices and lessons learned in pathway implementation across the initiative.

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