New fact sheet highlights the critical role of adult education in helping workers prepare for middle-skill jobs. Such jobs require more than a high school education, but not a four-year degree.
Local planning for the Workforce Innovation and Opportunity Act (WIOA) is underway, and adult educators should weigh in. That’s the message of a new fact sheet from National Skills Coalition.
NSC presented this webinar on 9/15/15 in partnership with the Commission on Adult Basic Education (COABE).
This fact sheet highlights opportunities for Title II adult education services to function in collaboration with Title I workforce services through WIOA.
National Skills Coalition discusses the implications and opportunities for adult literacy, literacy providers, and low-literate individuals in the new Workforce Investment Opportunity Act (WIOA).
On April 22, National Skills Coalition hosted a webinar covering key provisions in the WIOA NPRMs; NSC staff discussed how the regulations address sector partnerships, career pathways, cross-program data and measurement, and job-driven investment.
36 million US adults — including 24 million currently in the workforce — lack the foundational literacy and numeracy skills to enter middle-skill training and obtain well-paying jobs.
NSC releases analysis of the White House’s job-driven training action plan following Vice President Biden’s review of federal job-training programs.
This report explores ways that federal policy can better support cities’ efforts to integrate human and physical capital investments, particularly in the areas of public housing and transit oriented development.
This report explores why Congress should reject a minimum education requirement for unemployment insurance benefits.
National Skills Coalitions policy recommendations for reauthorization of the Workforce Investment Act.
This section of the Training Policy in Brief provides an overview and policy recommendations for the Adult Education and Family Literacy Act (AEFLA) under Title II of the Workforce Investment Act (WIA) of 1998.