Baseline Report on Career Pathways and Work-BasedLearning in Delaware

| July 14, 2019

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The Delaware Pathways initiative seeks to prepare Delaware’s youth to continue their education beyond high school and pursue careers in high-demand fields. The initiative began in 2014 under the leadership of five founding partners, the Delaware Department of Education (DDOE), the Delaware Department of Labor, the Delaware Technical Community College (Delaware Tech), Rodel, and the United Way. These partners developed a statewide strategic plan for the Delaware Pathways initiative in 2017. As part of this plan, they committed to scaling and sustaining state-model Delaware Pathways, career and technical education.

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EUDE started its activity in 1996, in these 12 years of activity, there are more than 15,000 students and 7,000 companies that have opted for our prestigious Institution. A prestigious endorsed by Universities, Administration, Companies, Associations and Institutions, that at present collaborate with us. All this could not have been achieved but it is thanks to our team of professionals: our 132 professors, 31 consultants, 17 tutoring advisors and 17 administrative staff, in this year.

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