How To Make A High School Diploma Worth More

The School-to-Work program provides money to states and local partnerships of business, labor, government, education, and community organizations to develop school-to-work systems. School-to-Work is based on the concept that education works best and is most useful for future careers when students apply what they learn to real life, real work situations. School-to-Work has three core elements: School-based learning, Work-based learning, and Connecting activities. School-to-Work looks different in each state and locality. Contact your state office to learn more. State offices can be contacted from the list below; or National School-To-Work Learning and Information Center, 400 Virginia Ave., SW, Room 210, Washington, DC 20024; 800-251-7236; {www.stw.ed.gov}.

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