NSFY State Success Stories

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New Skills for Youth supports a cohort of 10 states to develop and execute plans to increase the number of kids who participate in career pathways and who earn an industry-recognized credential. Across the country, states are already making progress by enlisting employers as key partners, improving the quality of career pathways in K-12 through higher education, and holding themselves accountable for making sure that all kids in all schools have a meaningful opportunity to prepare for a career.

This document highlights several examples of how state education leaders and business leaders are working to improve career pathways for all students.

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