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Workforce Monitor Weekly - Sept. 19, 2021 - Labor Market Information, Education Design Lab, Invest in CCs

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Workforce Monitor Weekly - Sept. 19, 2021 - Labor Market Information, Education Design Lab, Invest in CCs
By Workforce Monitor • Issue #31 • View online
Hi Everyone:
Welcome to issue #31.
We’ve published our first report, a new milestone in our progress. See it below. We’re planning more.
Please feel free to contact me anytime.
George Lorenzo, Editor-in-Chief

Posts Since Last Issue
Data Deluge: Efforts to Create an Effective, Large Scale Federal Workforce & Labor Market Information System (WLMIS) – The “Mess” Explained
Education Design Lab Serves the “New Majority Learner”
Powering Purpose: Invest Now in Community Colleges to Fuel Economic Opportunity | Strada Education Network
Editors' Picks
Skilled biotech workers are in big demand in North Carolina | WorkingNation
Making Sense of Microcredentials | Higher Education Quality Council of Ontario
Community college workforce survey: The indispensible institution | Opportunity America
Studies pick college programs with best investment returns | Inside Higher Ed
Biden's Infrastructure Plan: Scarcity of Skilled Workers Poses Challenge | The New York Times
Equipping Faculty to Engage Learners | Emsi
Labor and Education Priorities to Watch for in Budget Reconciliation | New America
Engaging Employers, Defining Skills, and Preparing Students | ATE Central
Colleges help students compensate for lost internships | Inside Higher Ed
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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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