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OECD Report: A Skills beyond School Review of the United States

A Skills beyond School Review of the United States analyzes post-secondary Career and Technical Education (CTE), career-focused associate degrees, post-secondary certificates, and industry certifications in the United States.

Pay for Success Competition to Develop Greater Opportunity in CTE

  • Date: 
    Friday, January 27, 2017 - 1:00pm
    Online webinar

Funded by the U.S. Department of Education, Social Finance and Jobs for the Future (JFF) are hosting the first Pay for Success competition in K-12 education to provide technical support to develop and expand career and technical education (CTE) programs for underserved, high-need youth. The resulting projects will create and scale effective programs and connect students to educational opportunities that increase their economic mobility.   

PBS News Hour's "Making the Grade” Video

In recognition of CTE Month, PBS NewsHours is airing “Making the Grade,” a story examining the growing value that CTE courses are providing to learners across the U.S.

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Aligned by Design: WIOA & Perkins Career and Technical Education (CTE)

  • Date: 
    Monday, June 8, 2015 - 3:00pm to 4:15pm
    Online webinar

The Workforce Innovation and Opportunity Act (WIOA) goes into effect on July 1, 2015, and offers new opportunities for the workforce system and Career and Technical Education (CTE) to work together. Whether a state creates a “Combined Plan” that includes WIOA and the State Plan for Perkins, or a state writes a “Unified Plan,” the state should consider how these programs can best work together to prepare individuals for careers that meet employer skill needs. This webinar discusses some key areas where alignment can occur. 


Workforce One Resources Highlighted

Hi all,

The Workforce One newsletter recently highlighted several of their most often viewed resources.  Have you participated in and/or viewed  any of these webinars and/or publications?  Which have you found most beneficial to your work? 

Gail Cope, LINCS Program Management Group


Disabilities & Correctional Ed – A Special Discussion, Jan. 12-14

Secure, correctional facilities house and offer educational programming to diverse populations, which may include individuals with assorted learning disabilities from mild to severe. From January 12 – 14, the LINCS Community will host the California Department of Corrections and Rehabilitation and Five Keys Charter School, which provides education services to San Francisco and Los Angeles’ County Jail, for a special discussion on Adult Learning Disability Populations within Secure, Correctional Facilities.

Developing Effective Bridge Programs

Does the lack of a uniform framework/system for the development of effective bridge programs present a challenge? How would such a system work in your state?


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