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Schools and businesses co-produce programs teaching job-specific skills, integrating formal education and employment. Education in 2020 also blends adult retraining and youth education — companies send employees who need retraining back to school with kids learning the skills for the first time. Co-learning fosters the exchange of practical wisdom and fresh ways of thinking between both groups.

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New York’s Pathways in Technology Early College High School (P-TECH) offers six years of “high-schooling,” after which students graduate with an associate’s degree—and a guaranteed job with IBM. The company sends full-time staff to ensure the curriculum teaches kids the skills it seeks.

Source: “To Compete, America Needs 6-Year High Schools,” TIME, http://business.time.com/2013/10/25/foroohar-to-compete-america-needs-6-year-high-schools/.