“Today, various pathways exist for future success that value all learning. We need to move beyond a narrow focus on success as only a four-year college degree that ignores entrepreneurial opportunities, career and technical education, and the evolving nature of work… When we expand our vision to encompass all these pathways, we see that social and emotional skills, such as the ability to collaborate effectively and cultivate relationships, are a foundation for future readiness.”

CASEL CEO and President Dr. Aaliyah A. Samuel

Another reminder that a college degree isn’t for every student but those “soft skills” that employers want (as does the rest of society) are important for every student.

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