Career Connect Washington is excited to share our new report, “Building an Equitable Career Connected Learning System: Program Builders Survey Report.”

Download and read the report here.

The report showcases the findings from a survey of career connected learning program builders, discussing barriers to participation in programs for students furthest from opportunity. The purpose of this research is to fill a gap in quantitative data on these barriers to help inform policy recommendations to lower or eliminate barriers and encourage more equitable participation in and completion of career connected learning programs. We hope to add to this research next year to better understand these barriers and potential solutions. Key findings can be found on page 2 of the report.

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