A new report from Education Commission of the States -- Work-Based Learning: Model Policy Components --explores five interrelated policy areas and includes state examples. T
he 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.