Educator calls for more focus on career pathways

01/20/2013 | Duluth News Tribune (Minn.)

Students in Duluth, Minn., need more career guidance and choices, former educator and school administrator Tony Stauber writes in this commentary. He suggests career planning that meets students' individual needs as one way to increase graduation rates. To that end, Stauber recommends that schools administer vocational-aptitude tests and then provide support to help students understand and apply the results to future decision-making.

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