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Career Technical Education & College Readiness

Kern County Superintendent of Schools

Career Ready Practice Lessons

The California Standards for Career Ready Practice describe the fundamental knowledge and skills that students need to prepare for transition to postsecondary education, career training, or the workforce. Becoming college and career ready goes beyond the foundational skills learned in reading, writing, and math. Students must develop soft skills that are interpersonal in nature and acquire the 21st century skills in greatest demand to be competitive in the world labor market.

The Kern County Superintendent of Schools has partnered with the Kern Community College District and a team of local educators in creating Career Readiness Skills lessons and accompanying videos on the twelve Standards for Career Ready Practice. Our goal is for students to leave high school with practical workforce skills ensuring sustainable employment while meeting local workforce needs.

Please set up an online account and enjoy the free use of these lessons and videos with your students. Your feedback is highly appreciated and will help us to improve the quality of our lessons and our service to you.

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