Career Pathways: Five Ways to Connect College and Careers

Describes a framework that integrates postsecondary education and workforce data, primarily in public-facing websites, that could serve the interests of all parties: governors, legislators, state higher education and workforce executives, postsecondary leaders, and, ultimately, learners, workers, and employers. The paper discusses this ideal system of data sharing, called the Learning and Earning Exchange, and how data can be used to create such a system.

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