This essay outlines how school systems face growing demands to coordinate career education programs with academic curricula designed to prepare students for postsecondary education. Shifting economic landscapes oblige many young adults to upskill or retrain. Providing both examples and recommendations, this essay makes the case for modernizing our policies and practices, and how the latter can inform the former.
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