STEM Education and College/Career Readiness
…this is one of the most innovative and original ways to get this content across to young people that I have seen.
…am excited to see how much effort you’ve put into inspiring others to pursue careers in science.
Lifestyle Learning is at the forefront of an educational revolution
… I love the idea and many schools really need something to help them motivate students.
I am very impressed, motivated and excited by the content on your website…I am seriously impressed.
Timely, relevant and NEEDED.
I think you have an interesting approach that is not being met by many school programs.
As a former member of a STEM teaching team, I understand and appreciate the transformative power this kind of curriculum can have on a classroom
The concept is wonderful…
I love it.
I like what I am seeing, it would fit middle school very well…
…the program is…would really give the students a clear picture of where they are and what they need…
This seems to be the forefront of a new wave of education – outside of school learning. This career goal program would dovetail perfectly.
What innovative ideas!
…are well on your way to helping many students as they explore what they will do with their lives beyond school…
As a father of a 9-year old…I think this is a project that tries to address a huge need.
I think you’ve got a great idea–I especially like the music…
Workers with only a high school education
Workers with only a high school education face not only more limited job prospects but also lower wages, lower prestige and more limited career advancement pathways. The skills and knowledge necessary for higher-skill and higher-wage jobs are not naturally acquired through time and experience in low skills jobs. Although some low skills jobs can lead to success for some people, this is not the norm. If individuals want to have a foothold in the middle class, then they will need to pursue additional education and training to access middle and high skills jobs.