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A Legislator's Guide to Workforce Data
It's estimated that 65 percent of jobs will require postsecondary education by 2020. However, as the cost of college continues to rise and student debt burdens more and more Americans, many students as well as adults and ...
Building Smarter Data for Evaluating Business Assistance Programs: A Guide for Practitioners
Provides guidance to program managers and agencies on how to use existing administrative and secondary data sources to conduct lower-cost impact evaluations, with a focus on evaluating business technical assistance programs.
Labor Market Data Sources for Targeting Services to Special Populations
Developing and Testing Innovations - and Making them Stick
Interactive and Comparative Site for State Progress 2014
2018 Workforce Technology Report: A Changing Workforce Development Landscape
Explores how emerging data-driven information technologies can help align workforce program processes within the parameters of WIOA mandated reforms, offering an assessment of the current state of workforce data systems ...
Measuring Non-Degree Credential Attainment
The Workforce Data Quality Campaign (WDQC) has surveyed all fifty states, and the District of Columbia, to learn whether states are collecting individual-level data about non-degree credentials, incorporating that data ...
Future-Ready Learning: Outfitting Students for Workforce Readiness
Aligning State Systems for a Talen-Driven Economy: a Road Map for States
Governors and states recognize that postsecondary education is the new minimum for individuals and businesses to succeed, and many have embraced the value of linking their education and training systems to meet their talent ...
Montana sets example for other states by using data to drive policy
This paper outlines how Montana educational institutions, employers, and policymakers have used data to not just understand the effectiveness of their state's education and workforce policies, but to make decisions that ...