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WFM Weekly - August 29, 2021 - Cybersecurity Program, IBM Learning System, German Apprenticeships

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WFM Weekly - August 29, 2021 - Cybersecurity Program, IBM Learning System, German Apprenticeships
By Workforce Monitor • Issue #28 • View online
Hi Everyone:
Welcome to issue #28.
In case you haven’t noticed, we redesigned the WFM website into sections to make for easier navigation. The most recent feature articles are listed in the top section. The most recent report summaries and book reports now have their own section as well, and we added a search term section and direct links to past issues of this newsletter.
Meanwhile, we are moving toward writing more feature articles that get at some of the timely issues facing workforce education today. Stay tuned for pieces on Workforce and Labor Market Information Systems (WLMIS), the work of AdvanceCTE, the work of the Education Design Lab, and much more.
Please feel free to contact me any time with topics of interest you’d like to see us cover as well as for submitting pitches on your own articles you may be thinking about.
Best regards,
George Lorenzo

Posts Since Last Week:
Industry Credentials Woven into Miami Dade Cybersecurity Program Created with ATE Support | Courtesy of ATE Impacts
The Learning System at IBM: A Case Study | MIT Work of the Future
Bridging German and US Apprenticeship Models: The Role of Intermediaries | Urban Institute
Editors' Picks
The latest data on American demographics and what it means for higher education’s future | Bryan Alexander
How apprenticeships can bridge the employment gap for workers without college degrees | PBS NewsHour
State Authorization for Short-term Career-oriented Credentials: Evidence from Five States | SHEEO
What regional leaders want from Biden’s infrastructure bill | Brookings
The future is all about durable skills | eCampus News
New Effort Adds College Credit to Apprenticeship Programs | EdSurge News
Moving to a Hybrid Workforce? Why You Need to Offer Online Certification
U.S. civilian labor force participation rate: seasonally adjusted, July 2021 | Statista
Opinion | Workers Don’t Want Their Old Jobs on the Old Terms | The New York Times
Finding Workers Is Harder Than Ever. The Economic Impact Could Be Significant | NPR
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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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