Affordable, high-quality education and training is essential for an inclusive economic recovery. Too often, however, financial assistance programs are not accessible to working adults or fail to incorporate in-demand skills training. Some states have taken the lead in developing strategies that address these barriers, including through college promise programs, cross-system partnerships, and alignment of federal […]
The Skills Summit may be over – but the momentum continues with Summit Sequels – a series of virtual skills events where we’ll continue the conversation about skills policy issues at the state and federal levels.
Join us to hear about best practices in the states and models that can inform federal decision-making and to discuss ongoing opportunities in federal and state skills advocacy.