Workforce Monitor Weekly - Jan. 30, 2022 - Augmented Workforce, 4 New Books, Micro-Credentials in Tempe

Workforce Monitor
Workforce Monitor Weekly - Jan. 30, 2022 - Augmented Workforce, 4 New Books, Micro-Credentials in Tempe
By Workforce Monitor • Issue #47 • View online
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New Posts Since Last Issue
Report Summary: Augmented Workforce: Empowering People, Transforming Manufacturing
Book Review Section: Four Additional Books on Workforce Development
Feature Article, Courtesy of Wally Boston: Assessing Employer Needs for Micro-Credentials in Tempe, Arizona
Editors' Picks
Community colleges will need to help train millions of workers for the nation’s infrastructure plan | Lumina Foundation
No Dead Ends: How Career and Technical Education Can Provide Today’s Youth With Pathways to College and Career Success | JFF
Funding Non-Degree Workforce Programs at Community Colleges | New America
Employer Training Survey 2021 | New America
2022 Digital Learning Policy Preview, Part 1: U.S. Department of Education Negotiated Rulemaking | WCET Frontiers
Building From the Bottom Up - Managing the Future of Work | Harvard Business School
The Higher Education We Deserve | The EvoLLLution
From Our Library
Report Summary: Communicating the Value of Competencies | American Council on Education
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