- Academic subject matter taught with relevance to the real world, often called “contextual learning.”
- Employ-ability skills, from job-related expertise to workplace ethics.
- Hands-on, project-based learning opportunities.
- Educational pathways that help students explore interests and careers while they progress through school.
- Work-based learning and internship opportunities to apply learning outside of the classroom.
- Post secondary career pathways that include registered apprenticeship, industry certification, community college certificate/associate degree programs, and four-year college degree programs.