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Keeping students interested and engaged during high school has the potential to increase the number of students who enroll and graduate. The visit our website national average for just graduating is 85%...what if we could make that closer to 95% just by offering more classes that are relevant to getting jobs and running businesses? What about the students who graduate high school and go straight to work, shouldn’t they get training to do just that? College is expensive. Not all careers require a degree. Some people say 18-year-olds are not mature enough to go straight into life, they need the cushion of at least junior college if not a four-year college. But what about the ones who have no choice? They graduate high school and go straight to work. Did they learn how to balance a budget and pay bills? Did they learn a trade that could get them a job or allow them to start a small business?

https://www.sonomacountygazette.com/sonoma-county-news/can-our-west-county-high-schools-offer-job-and-career-education-and-increas/

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