WFM Biweekly - May, 22, 2022 - Workforce Intermediaries, Achieve Partners, Beyond Completion, Inclusive Growth & Real World of College



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WFM Biweekly - May, 22, 2022 - Workforce Intermediaries, Achieve Partners, Beyond Completion, Inclusive Growth & Real World of College
By Workforce Monitor • Issue #57 • View online
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New Posts Since Last Issue
NEW SECTION: Workforce Intermediaries
FEATURE ARTICLE: An Analysis of Workforce Intermediaries, Part I
FEATURE ARTICLE: How Achieve Partners is Building Paid Apprenticeship Programs for IT Entry-level Positions
REPORT SUMMARY: In Practice: Early Insights from the Beyond Completion Challenge
REPORT SUMMARY: Institutionalizing inclusive growth: Rewiring systems to rebuild local economies
BOOK REVIEW: The Real World of College: What Higher Ed is and What it Can Be
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REPORT SUMMARY: The Indispensable Institution: Taking the Measure of Community College Workforce Education
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WIOA is on the move in the House!  | National Skills Coalition
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Increase your industry visibility by joining the Learning Technology Directory | ISTE
How Blockchain Can Encourage Learning | EdSurge
‘I Had to Go Back’: Over 55, and Not Retired After All | The New York Times
It's time to rethink workforce development (opinion) | Inside Higher Ed
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