By: Christopher Burns
A few years ago, Ohio set a goal that 65 % of residents should earn a postsecondary degree or industry credential needed for career fields, that are in high demand and that pay livable wages. The Departments of Education and Higher Education and the Governor’s Office of Workforce Transformation support this goal and many business and community stakeholders are putting efforts into achieving it. Unfortunately, a recent report from the business leaders of ReadyNation, of which I am a member, cites Ohio data showing just under 45 % of Ohio adults have attained this goal.
Fortunately, in order to help meet this challenge, innovative career-technical education (CTE) programs are emerging to provide students with both the hard technical skills and the soft deeper learning skills that businesses need to…
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