A new report from Education Commission of the States  -- Work-Based Learning: Model Policy Components --explores five interrelated policy areas and includes state examples. The draft map reflects the page numbers where the State activity(ies) under each of the five policy areas are referenced in the ECS brief.
Work-based learning can serve a critical role in teaching high school students employability skills and facilitating career exploration and preparation. State policymakers have an important role in developing a comprehensive policy approach that ensures students have equitable access to high-quality work-based learning experiences. Our new Special Report, Work-Based Learning: Model Policy Components, explores five interrelated policy areas and includes state examples.