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America's Career Resource Network

provides career development guidelines and resources to help students identify career directions and related education programs. A "career decision-making tool" walks students through a six-step cycle for making decisions about careers and education programs. (America's Career Resource Network, Department of Education)

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To take full advantage of college and workplace opportunities, American students must achieve at much higher levels than they do currently. And the achievement gap between white and minority students, and well-off and low-income students, must be closed.
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