As highlighted in NSC’s 2016 state legislative round-up , states increased access to career pathways and set policies to support job-driven training. They also took steps to implement the federal Workforce Innovation and Opportunity Act.
During this webinar National Skills Coalition and the Workforce Data Quality Campaign provided an overview of apprenticeships in the United States and the current state of apprenticeship data.
National Skills Coalition hosted a webinar on April 30, 1:00 - 2:15 p.m. ET on how states can use SNAP E&T formula funds and 50 percent reimbursement grants to provide education, training, and supportive services to SNAP participants.
Workforce Data Quality Campaign hosted a webinar discussing key details from their report, Mastering the Blueprint: State Progress on Workforce Data, and featured speakers who spoke on state efforts to connect and use workforce data.
On June 12, Workforce Data Quality Campaign led a discussion about the Wage Record Interchange System (WRIS)2, which allows states to exchange wage records for program reporting.
On June 3, national experts from organizations leading advocacy efforts around WIA reauthorization came together to unpack the recently introduced Workforce Innovation and Opportunity Act (WIOA) and what it means for the nation.
Workforce Data Quality Campaign's report that describes the importance of sharing wage records across state lines using the Wage Record Interchange System (WRIS).
Workforce Data Quality Campaign's report highlighting states and schools that have taken steps to broker data sharing agreements in order to better understand the attainment and value of selected non-degree credentials.