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Career Online High School is an AdvancED/SACS-accredited program that enables students to earn an American high school diploma while gaining real-world career skills. Career Online High School employs an innovative curriculum that is aligned to the American National Common Core Standards (NCCS), the convenience of an anytime-anywhere online learning platform, and interactive content that engages learners and helps them achieve their educational goals.
Employer-Driven, Skills-Based Curriculum
Credentialed Certificate In Addition to Diploma
More effective than the GED in student outcomes and graduation rates, the program increases student and employee retention.
The program is designed to help students be successful on the job or in post secondary institutions, teaching the skills and knowledge needed in school and the workplace.
Students earn a certificate in high-growth/high-demand career fields at the same time they earn their high school diplomas.
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Career Online High School addresses Africa's challenge to provide education and career training to individuals who have not completed secondary school and to those whose skills levels do not qualify them for available job positions.
18 Million people in South Africa have not completed secondary school
"The sub-standard quality of education provided to most South African youth has severe economic consequences for those affected. Furthermore, the economic prospects of the youth appear to be deteriorating over time. The percentage of 18-24 year olds who are not in education, employment or training (NEET) has increased from about 30 per cent in 1995 to 45 per cent in 2011 while the percentage enrolled in education has decreased from 50 per cent to 36 per cent over the same period.
The unemployment rate for the youth has also increased from 36 per cent in 1995 to 50 per cent in 2011, standing at twice the national unemployment rate in 2011. Furthermore, of those unemployed in 2011, more than 70 per cent had never been employed before.
Perhaps most disconcertingly, for the youth, completing Grade 12 does not markedly increase one’s chances of finding employment relative to 18-24 year olds with less than the NSC. Rather, the value of matric lies in opening up opportunities to acquire
some form of tertiary education, an opportunity available to only a small minority."
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South African Youth - Education and Unemployment
A Unique Opportunity for the Youth of Southern Africa.......
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