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Workforce Monitor Biweekly - March 13, 2022

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Workforce Monitor Biweekly - March 13, 2022
By Workforce Monitor • Issue #52 • View online
This March 13, 2022 issue officially marks our conversion to a biweekly (once every two weeks) newsletter from previously publishing weekly. Next issue will be published on March 27, 2022.
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George Lorenzo, Writer, Editor & Publisher
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New posts since last issue
FEATURE ARTICLE - University of Dayton students are learning skills employers want. Here's how Education Design Lab helped.
SPECIAL REPORT - Amazon's Upskilling Initiatives
SPECIAL REPORT - An Historical Look at Western Governors University
FEATURE ARTICLE - New America Webinar Examined Community College Efforts to Engage Learners in CTE Programs
OPINION: 900 Words on Workforce Education and Development
REPORT SUMMARY - State of the Field: Findings From the 2020 National Survey of Postsecondary Competency-Based Education
REPORT SUMMARY - COVID-19 Pandemic Continues to Reshape Work in America
Editors' Picks
Our favorite picks are listed in each issue, and many others are listed daily on Workforce Monitor’s Twitter and LinkedIn accounts.
High Demand and Hidden Supply | Emsi
The Pandemic Has Increased Interest in Digital Transcripts. Will They Displace Degrees? | EdSurge News
Quality and Short-Term Programs | Open Campus/The Job
The $8.5 trillion dollar skills gap: How learning leaders must address it through talent and tech | Chief Learning Officer
Enrollment Increases at North Carolina Community Colleges | Inside Higher Ed
Community Colleges Must Put the ‘Education’ Back in Workforce Education | EdSurge News
How to Build Better Jobs | National Fund for Workforce Solutions
The 10 most innovative education companies of 2022 | Fast Company
Teachers are Quitting — Here’s What This Means for the World of Work | Workplace Intelligence Weekly
Meeting Workforce Demand Won't Happen With Teacher and Faculty Shortages | Southern Regional Education Board
From the Workforce Monitor Library
SPECIAL REPORT - Part II On Social Capital: Impact of Social Class and Capital on Postsecondary Education Decision-Making, Academic Achievement & Work
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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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