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Data Systems That Connect Learning to Work Pathways

The global economic and labor environment is vastly different today, even compared to what it was ten years ago, and traditional high school learning environments continue to be based on models of instruction that are antiquated and ineffective for learners moving into modern society. More than ever before, learners need to be able to synthesize and integrate their content and skills while also engaging in experiences that are both relevant and authentic to their lives and futures. Developing relationships with, and connections to, authentic, applicable, and current and future workforce pathways is a necessity for high school learners to ensure they are even more proficient and prepared for an unpredictable and shifting workforce environment.