Workforce projections show a growing need for people with strong backgrounds in math and science, particularly in the health care, computer, and teaching fields. Many of these jobs call for postsecondary education, but not necessarily a four-year college degree. This handy guide for students and parents discusses what students need to do today to prepare for tomorrow's jobs.
For more detailed information, see the full report: Math and Science Education for the California Workforce: It Starts with K–12
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