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Washington students need critical skills for life after high school. By equipping our educators with the most up-to-date information about pathway planning, learning standards, and aligned assessment, we can better prepare each learner for education or training after high school and the career of their choice. On this page, find videos, fact sheets, and stories to help you support students as they explore their interests and plan for their futures.
Every student has big dreams, and every educator wants to see these dreams reached. That’s what we work toward every day. All educators have a role to play in preparing students for their education-to-career pathways. See all our pathway planning information at readywa.org/beyond.
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Washington’s K-12 learning standards provide rigorous benchmarks for what our students should know and be able to do. Educators can use our tools and resources to answer questions from students and parents.
Learning standards focus on real-world skills––such as problem-solving, critical thinking, and writing––and ensure each student will leave school with a deeper understanding of fundamental subjects.
Sparking students’ interests about their future plans helps them connect their learning today to their career aspirations. Smarter Balanced assessments are one measure to know if students are on track, or if they need extra help or advanced learning opportunities.