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Let's Reframe Success for Your Students
Here’s How

How many times have you heard the words — or even uttered them yourself — “Just make sure you get your degree. You know, as a fallback.”

Except college isn’t the fallback it used to be. According to this story from All Things Considered on NPR:

“Yet, nationwide, three out of 10 high school grads who go to four-year public universities haven't earned degrees within six years, according to the National Student Clearinghouse. At four-year private colleges, that number is more than 1 in 5.”

The four-year university track is emphasized in high schools; but is it best for our students?

The New Nevada is evidence that while four-year degrees are an option, there are many pathways to a better-paying career — sometimes, far faster than four years.

According to the same NPR report: "In all, some 30 million jobs in the United States that pay an average of $55,000 per year don't require bachelor's degrees, according to the Georgetown Center on Education and the Workforce."

Let’s talk about pathways — to a better-paying job, to faster employment, to a career that matters and our students can be proud of.

Start here.

To learn more watch the Success in the New Economy video and learn about the “College for All” myth.