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Workforce Monitor Weekly - June 20, 2021

Workforce Monitor
Workforce Monitor Weekly - June 20, 2021
By Workforce Monitor • Issue #19 • View online
Hi Everyone:
We are very pleased and honored to announce that the Program on Skills, Credentials & Workforce Policy (PSCWP) at George Washington University has entered into a co-publishing agreement with Workforce Monitor. Our independent publishing rights remain the same, and we now have a value-added scholarly research and networking partner who will assist us with further developing meaningful content on workforce development issues, trends, and strategies.
As always, please feel free to contact me anytime at
Thanks for stopping by,
George Lorenzo, writer, editor, and curator

Partnership Provides Wider Coverage of Workforce Development and Education
New Content Since Last Issue:
The Art of Evaluation: EvaluATE, an NSF/ATE Evaluation Hub, Makes a Difference for Prospective and Current Grantees
Roadmap for K-12 and Workforce Data Linkages
Advancing Youth Apprenticeship in Indiana
Investing in Community: A Playbook for Connecting Economic and Skills Development
Framework for a High-Quality Pre-Apprenticeship Program: Opportunity Youth
Edtiors' Picks:
Varying Degrees 2021 | New America
5 Steps for Building
& Strengthening
Students’ Networks | Clayton Christensen Institute
Learning as an Experience | JFF
The American Dream in crisis: Helping low-wage workers move up to better jobs | Brookings
New Book - The Great Skills Gap: Optimizing Talent for the Future of Work | Stanford University Press
Microcredentials: are they here to stay? | Cedefop, an EU agency
reVISION | Nebraska Department of Education
Will births in the US rebound? Probably not. | Brookings
Working In Sweatpants May Be Over As Companies Contemplate The Great Office Return | NPR
To Fill Millions of Open Jobs, Many Workers Need More Than Skills | The New York Times
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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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