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Presidential Budget Request: Big Ideas, Budget Constraints

One of the most exciting proposals for the President’s FY25 budget is $8 billion for a new Career Training Fund administered by the Department of Labor that would provide as much as $10,000 per worker to partnerships including employers, community colleges, labor unions, the workforce system and other organizations to train workers for jobs in high-demand sectors and provide supportive services. The Career Training Fund shares some similarities with the Skills Training Accounts that NSC proposed in recommendations for WIOA reauthorization.

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New Ideas for WIOA

We need to turn WIOA from an underfunded system to one that is adequately resourced to deliver high-quality skills training that supports the assets and aspirations of working people, helps small businesses who hire locally and invest in their workers, and advances racial equity and pathways to quality jobs. This discussion brief lays out a set of ideas that could improve WIOA to contribute to an inclusive economy.

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New Ideas for WIOA
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Empowering Change: How an Initiative in New Mexico is Redefining Workforce Equity

State efforts highlight the important role workforce advocates and partners play in ensuring a national workforce system that supports an inclusive economy — one where workers and businesses who are most impacted by economic shifts, as well as workers who face structural barriers of discrimination or lack of opportunity, are empowered to equitably participate in — and benefit from — a growing economy.

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