Gender diversity in K-12 education and career readiness
Male and female high school students face different challenges in planning for the future

Education at a crossroads

With 4-year college enrollment in decline, it's crucial to identify high school student aptitudes and align them with best-fit career and educational opportunities.

The findings from the Post-Graduation Readiness Gender Report suggest that many male and female high school graduates don't feel prepared to make a career choice or declare a major, underscoring the importance of career and technical education and industry exposure.

Female students feel unprepared

New data revealed 72% of female high school graduates didn’t feel confident about pursuing their chosen pathway.

Male students frequently change major

New data revealed 68% of male high school graduates changed their major since initial selection.

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