Opinion: Indiana’s New Education Model Is Creating Career Pathways That Work For Everyone

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“For the last few years, the idea of career and technical education is all in vogue. With modern day pathways and occupations that defy old-school training, the whole field has been ripe for a makeover. Traditionally, it’s the high schools, community colleagues and various other government agencies that get paid to offer work-based training and support. Meanwhile business and industry is moving at the speed of light, and offering relevant, desirable and outcomes-based training for new skilled trades that isn’t always available through traditional means. That’s why Indiana’s new career and technical education scholarship account program (CSA) is a very cool, 21st Century idea. It gives students freedom to make those decisions outside of having to rely solely on what the system delivers.”

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