GrayRobinson’s Kim McDougal discusses K-12 education funding, college affordability and school choice on the latest edition of the Florida Chamber’s Bottom Line.
Closing Florida’s skills gap by improving educational opportunities is essential to providing Floridians with jobs that allow them to succeed.
“The Florida Chamber has done a great job with businesses, you have the LaunchMyCareerFL.org for the students to make sure every student knows, ‘If I pursue this degree, these are the types of jobs and wages those jobs pay,’” said McDOUGAL.
In an ever changing world, McDougal also notes that it’s just as vital to ensure the existing workforce has the skills they need, just as it’s important to ensure students are prepared to earn when they graduate.
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