New High School Architecture: New Pathways to Mobility

The pandemic aimed a spotlight on the inequities that haunt schools and communities around our nation and accelerated income inequality. High schools can’t solve this problem alone, but with community partnerships and intentional pathways to high-wage employment and entrepreneurship, they can become more equitable launchpads that connect learners with contribution and career opportunities. Join this session to discuss a road map to the new architecture for American High Schools, where every learner, regardless of zip code, is on a pathway to productive and sustainable citizenship, high wage employment, and economic mobility.