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4 ways to support work-based learning

As work-based learning models grow in popularity, a new report from the Center for American Progress (CAP) highlights key themes in recently-passed state legislation that will support efforts to expand or improve such models.

A proven strategy, worked-based learning connects classroom lessons to the workplace, enhancing lessons with real-world relevance. A high-quality program can be complicated to craft because it requires schools to collaborate closely with local industries to develop innovative learning opportunities for students.

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