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New Format, More WFM-Authored Articles - Issue #6

Workforce Monitor
New Format, More WFM-Authored Articles - Issue #6
By Workforce Monitor • Issue #6 • View online
Hello everyone. Things are once again getting changed up a bit. You are watching the sausage making of this new enterprise where we continuously fine tune what we’re doing with the goal of more effectively synthesizing the over-abundance of workforce-related information that’s available online.
So, with that goal firmly in place, we decided to post only abstracts and otherwise brief quips with links to the more in-depth information published in articles and reports. Plus, we are writing more articles ourselves and publishing them on the Workforce Monitor website instead of posting them in their entirety here. Some of our articles are full-blown features, like this week’s article on Credential Engine, and others are syntheses of long reports and white papers, like the synthesis of an American Council of Education report.
We’d also like you to know that we have been fine tuning the Workforce Monitor website, which is another continuously evolving endeavor. So, more changes are coming soon.
Please let us know if there’s anything you’d like to see on the Workforce Monitor website. Constructive criticism is always welcome as well. Send an email to glorenzo@wfmonitor.com or fill out our contact form

Revealing and Comparing Credential Quality So Learners & Employers Can Make Wise Choices
Building a Connected-Credentials Ecosystem: A Report Synopsis
Addressing Short-Form Learning: A White Paper Synthesis
Transforming U.S. Workforce Development for the 21st Century
Investing in America's Workforce: Improving Outcomes for Workers and Employers, Volume 3
Credential Engine and State Partnerships: Clear Data Powers Better Decisions
The Job – Open Campus
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Workforce Monitor is published with the Program on Skills, Credentials & Workforce Policy at George Washington University. We comb through all the erudite literature on Workforce Development issues, trends, and strategies as they relate to the world of education. We then synthesize our favorite research into concise summaries and feature articles, covering this broad landscape in a way that can save you time.

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