State of Oklahoma
Office of the Governor
Career Readiness Certificate
This is 1 on (he I4lh of April. 2011
issfuliy completed Wort; Keys'" AssesMiienls in the areas of
Designed by ACT, the company that developed the ACT college entrance exam,
WorkKeys assessments measure "real world"skills that employers believe are
critical to job success. Test questions are based in the everyday work world.
Three assessments make up the Career Readiness Certificate (CRC):
Applied Mathematics measures the skills used when applying mathematical
reasoning and problem-solving techniques to work-related problems.
Locating Information measures the skills people use when they work with
workplace graphics such as charts, graphs, tables, forms, flowcharts, diagrams,
floor plans, maps, and instrument gauges.
Reading for Information measures the skills used when people read and use
written text on the job.
Oklahoma CRCs Earned
2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012
*Estimated CRCs issued in 2012 depending upon funding availability.
Career Readiness Education Partner
All of our graduating seniors
are required to take the
WorkKeys assessments to
earn a Career Readiness
Certificate, a nationally
recognized credential. It
indicates the capability of our
students in reading, math and locating information,
and it validates what we (educators) do.
Jeff Pritchard, Superintendent
Seminole Public Schools
This chart allows for a quick comparison of the foundational skill levels
of Oklahoma CRC examinees versus their national counterparts.
2,384,557 Totals 73,900
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