Postsecondary & Workforce

What Education Ballot Measures Are Voters Considering in the 2019 Elections?

In addition to choosing education leaders in several states, voters in four states next month will weigh in on important education policy...

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What to Expect in the 2019 Elections

Although 2019 is an odd year in the election cycle, it holds importance for at least six states, where voters will elect new leaders who...

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Workforce Development Boards: Going Above and Beyond the Call of Duty

As states assess their workforce needs and opportunities for further economic development, workforce boards commonly go beyond the 12...

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Workforce Development: Who Has a Seat at the Table?

As any good meeting planner will tell you, one needs to ensure the right individuals attend. Those who can provide insight and guidance to...

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Connecting Education to the Workforce

Researchers project that 85% of the jobs that will comprise the workforce in 2030 don’t currently exist today. Developing a workforce...

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Where Do Apprenticeships and Higher Ed Meet?

Word on the street is apprenticeships create a direct pathway to in-demand jobs by providing an on-ramp for individuals to enter the...

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Lessons From Strong Start to Finish: Enabling Conditions for Progress

Systems of higher education are unique in structure yet universal in aspiration to provide a quality learning experience for all members of...

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Keeping Students Safe — in College, Too

While the conversation around school safety often centers on K-12 campuses, colleges and universities — and their leaders — face the...

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Connecting the Dots: Aligning Attainment Goals to the Workforce

Not a day goes by that I don’t read an article or hear an anecdote about how the future of the workforce requires more postsecondary...

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We’re Here to Support Your Efforts to Improve School Safety

So far in 2019, there have been 14 school shootings. I think we can all agree that one school shooting is too many. As students across the...

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