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WFM Biweekly - July 31, 2022 - WFD as a Term, IIJA Support, Two-year Review & More

Workforce Monitor
WFM Biweekly - July 31, 2022 - WFD as a Term, IIJA Support, Two-year Review & More
By Workforce Monitor • Issue #61 • View online
The newsletter is back to its biweekly schedule after a brief break. Stay tuned as we continue to cover some of the latest and important workforce education initiatives and research on multiple, wide-ranging fronts.
George Lorenzo, writer, editor & publisher

New Posts Since Last issue on 7/3/22
How ‘Workforce Development’ Became a Prevalent and Relevant Term
Getting to Know the IIJA’s Support of Registered Apprenticeship Programs
A Review of Workforce Education, 2020 to 2022: Two Years of Enormous Change
Job Displacement in the United States by Race, Education and Parental Income
Visualizing the Pipeline: The Importance of Cross-sector Data
The Great Attrition is making hiring harder. Are you searching the right talent pools?
Editors' Picks
Our recent research brought us to several new resources we were unaware of until now. There are many more resources WFM utilizes on a daily basis to compose our feature articles and report summaries and the building of our website. Here are some of our recent discoveries, some of which have been around for a long time but we simply were not fully aware of them. Eventually we will create a section on the WFM site that will list many more.
Resources | Lumina Foundation
Future-Ed | Georgetown University
Digital Credentials Roundtable Resources | 1EdTech (formerly IMS Global Learning Consortium)
Credit Predictor Pro | CAEL
Virtual Apprenticeship Network Home | AACC
Higher Education Partnerships | Transformational Partnerships Fund
FACT SHEET: The Biden-Harris Administration Launches the Talent Pipeline Challenge: Supporting Employer Investments in Equitable Workforce Development for Infrastructure Jobs | The White House
Alternative Credentials: Considerations, Guidance, and Best Practices | AACRAO
Tools | National Fund for Workforce Solutions
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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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