Line between college, career pathways is becoming blurred

03/17/2013 | Orange County Register (Santa Ana, Calif.), The

The complexity of the 21st-century job market has high schools blending traditional college and vocational pathways. High schools in a California district have adopted this approach, with one school offering students specialized plans to prepare them for careers in forensics, police and fire departments and agriculture besides a traditional academic curriculum.

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