The Ready Washington coalition has released two new infographics to help students plan their path through high school and beyond. Families are busy, and Ready WA wants to make it as easy as possible for them to get the information they need to support students’ educational success.
Washington state is expected to have 740,000 job openings by 2021.
Today, less than a third of Washington’s students earn a credential after high school that they will need to get a good job.
Partnership for Learning is leading the conversation about policy actions and implementation that will enable more Washington youth to successfully pursue careers and opportunities in their home state.
‘Hands On, Minds On Learning’ in Science
Increasingly, skills in science, technology, engineering, and math (STEM) are essential for success in the workforce and in life. Watch this new video to see how Washington State’s Science Learning Standards are helping students learn these important skills.
Our Focus Areas
Increase the number of students who pursue and complete credentials after high school that will enable them to secure the career of their choice.
College and Career Readiness
Prepare Washington students with the skills and knowledge they’ll need to succeed in college, an apprenticeship, or other training after high school.
Career Awareness in WA
Increase student awareness and understanding about the career opportunities available in Washington and the education they’ll need to succeed.