Addressing the skills challenge with P-TECH schools

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Executive overview

Authors: Jennifer Ryan Crozier

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, Vice President, Corporate Citizenship, IBM President, IBM Foundation,
Rashid Davis

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, Founding Principal, P-TECH Brooklyn,
David Levinson

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, President, Norwalk Community College

Six years to success The Pathways in Technology Early College High Schools (P-TECH) offer a seamless pathway from high school to college completion and career readiness within six years. Their goal is to prepare young people for academic achievement and economic opportunity, regardless of their backgrounds. At the same time, P-TECH addresses the skills gap and reinvigorates local economies. P-TECH schools are partnerships among private industry, school districts and higher education institutions, with support from government. The schools are free, have no admission requirements and serve students from historically underserved backgrounds.

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