Changes are coming to Georgia’s statewide accountability system for schools that state leaders believe will incentivize the adoption of high-demand career pathways in high school and strengthen the state’s workforce. Gov. Brian Kemp this week announced changes to the College & Career Ready Performance Index (CCRPI) that he says will help the state meet the needs of both workers and job creators while addressing the workforce gap in critical areas.
The CCRPI currently recognizes schools for the number of students completing a Career Pathway during high school.
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