A slate of news has focused on the pandemic’s effects on graduating students at all levels. The Center for American Progress has published a piece on how states can support equitable pathways graduating high school seniors, including addressing equity for marginalized students, clarifying graduation expectations, and providing guidance on transitioning to career education, military, or college pathways. The Chronicle of Higher Education highlights challenges for low income students in career education programs, whose completion of clinical hours or licensing exams were disrupted just before they expected to land good jobs. Some experts advise students to use this time to continue in school, or to otherwise bolster credentials before entering the workforce. #covid-19 #education
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