August 10, 2021

The Big Blur— an argument for erasing the boundaries between high school, college, and careers

This paper argues for a radical restructuring pf education for grades 11-14—by erasing the arbitrary dividing line between high school and college—to open opportunities for the learners our current system leaves behind. We make the case for an entirely new type of institution—neither high school or college—designed specifically to better meet the needs of young people after 10th grade and help prepare them to succeed in the world of work.

This report was created by JFF, a company that accelerates the alignment and transformation of the American workforce and education systems to ensure access to economic advancement for all.

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