Jill Anderson, Harvard Graduate School of Education – 2014
The Pathways to Prosperity Project at HGSE’s original report revealed the struggles of young people to attain employment in America, despite many good jobs going unfilled, and helped launch a national conversation about the goals and structure of American high schools.
In, 2011 the Pathways to Prosperity report declared U.S. school-to-career pathways are in serious need of modernisation. This 2014 report aims to be a curriculum for the Pathways movement. It is a primer for civic leaders who may be new to these issues, but whose active involvement will be absolutely necessary for achieving the vision. It offers a framework for understanding how civic leadership and other key components of the Pathways movement can function in concert to foster progress.
Watch Robert Schwartz talking about the project.