The “college-for-all” vision, which began in the 1970s, has yielded less-than-stellar results: It has led to a negative popular view of “blue-collar” employment. At the same time, at least a third of students who enter a four-year college never graduate. Middle-skills employers are crying out for job applicants. What can be done at the K-12 level to provide students the training to pursue middle-skills certificates?