The State Workforce and Education Alignment Project (SWEAP), an initiative of National Skills Coalition, is helping to develop system-wide information about workforce education and training programs for state policy leaders.
The initiative seeks to create better cross-program information that allows state policy leaders to see how these programs can work together in their state, and how individuals can advance through these programs over time in the pursuit of postsecondary credentials and higher-paying employment. SWEAP will assess how state policy leaders find such information useful for the purpose of improving workforce development policy in their state, and ultimately educational and labor market outcomes for program participants.
- SWEAP Phase Two Report
- SWEAP Data Tools Fact Sheets
- Are People Getting Credentials that Lead to Jobs? Using Dashboards for State Workforce Planning
- Who is Being Served Well? Using Pathway Evaluators for State Workforce Planning
- How Many More Skilled Workers Do We Need? Using Supply and Demand Reports for State Workforce Planning
- State Reports: California, Mississippi, Ohio, and Rhode Island
- State Fact Sheets: California, Mississippi, Ohio, and Rhode Island
Watch the SWEAP "commercial" to learn more.