Are high school students ready for life after school?


And what do they think?


Did you know that the average US student spends around 1,260 hours a year in school? Schools should prepare students for life outside and after the classroom, but research shows this is not always the case.

What's inside?

Two pages of research and data around what high schoolers, employers, and the general public think about future-ready students.


This resource is for:

School leaders

Expected completion time:

2 minutes

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Our mission is to empower educators, learners, and parents with the best tools and services they need to get the most out of their journeys through K-12 education. We work with school districts to get the accurate data they need in order to monitor and improve their Social Emotional Learning and Culture and Climate.
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