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An introduction to Davis Pathways that will give you and your child a little insight into what awaits them at registration!

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  • 70% of high school aged youth are not eligible for military service (no diploma. Fail ASVAB, drugs, in jail)
  • 89% of high school teachers say college freshmen are very well or well prepared. Only 26% of college professors say that!
  • 45% of2-year college students drop out after the first year. 35% of 4-year college students drop out after the first year.
  • 54% of college graduates 25 or under are either unemployed or under-employed
  • 48% of employed 4-year graduates are in a position that requires less than a 4-year degree. 37% are in a position that requires less than a high school diploma.
  • Average loan debt of a college grad in 2012
  • Davis Pathways Presentation

    1. 1. Not eligible for military service
    2. 2. Are they employable? Are they headed to public assistance? Will they ever move away from home?!
    3. 3. *26% Ready for college? High School teachers an d college professors disagree.
    4. 4. Two-year college drop-out rate and four-year college drop out rate
    5. 5. College is a means to an end . . . NOT the end!
    6. 6. College graduates 25 or under who are under/unemployed
    7. 7. Four-year grads whose job requires less than a four-year degree, and less than a high school diploma
    8. 8. $26,200 Average loan debt of a 2012 college grad.
    9. 9. Why Career Pathways? College & Career Ready
    10. 10. Why Career Pathways? What is college? community college, university, technical or vocational program, apprenticeship, or significant on-the-job training
    11. 11. Why Career Pathways? What is a career? an occupation you have for a significant portion of your life and with opportunities for progress.
    12. 12. Why Career Pathways? What is ready? knowledge and skills needed to qualify for and succeed in the postsecondary job training and/or education necessary for their chosen career.
    13. 13. Why Career Pathways? What is a Pathway? A Pathway is a sequence of instruction consisting of coursework, co-curricular activities, work-site learning, service learning, and other learning experiences. This sequence of instruction provides preparation for a career.
    14. 14. Why Career Pathways? What Pathway will my child be in?

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