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WFM Biweekly - 3/27/22 - IMS Summit, Noncredit at CCs, Frontline Workers

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WFM Biweekly - 3/27/22 - IMS Summit, Noncredit at CCs, Frontline Workers
By Workforce Monitor • Issue #53 • View online
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New WFM Posts Since Last Issue
Part II - IMS Summit Session Explainer: Two Initiatives Set Out to Transform the U.S. Work & Learn Ecosystem
Part I - IMS Global Digital Credentials Summit Session Explainers: ‘Hire-Train-Deploy’
Skills Are Not Enough: Developing Workers’ Dispositions to Succeed in an Uncertain, Disruptive World - Courtesy of The EvoLLLution
Report Summaries:
A Snapshot of the Shifting Landscape of Noncredit Community College Workforce Education
Building from the Bottom Up
Book Review:
The Good Life Method: Reasoning Through the Big Questions of Happiness, Faith, and Meaning
Editors' Picks
The Reality and Potential of Certifications to Support Workforce and Economic Mobility | Workcred
Projects - Northeastern College of Professional Studies | Center for the Future of Higher Education and Talent Strategy
2022 Remote Work Trends | Emsi
Shifting Paradigms – Microcredential Perspectives from the Entrenched Degree Issuers | Wally Boston
The University in Ruins | Chronicle of Higher Education
Tech employers look to grow their own and grow the field | Work Shift Explainer
Attract and Retain Learners With Digital Badges | Modern Campus
In Delaware, Building a Youth Apprenticeship Data System Means Looking to the Future | Advance CTE Blog
The Compass Report: Charting the Future of Student Affairs | NASPA
From Our Library
How Employers Combat Labor Shortages - Workforce Monitor Report Summary
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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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