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HIGHER EDUCATION and CENTER ON EDUCATION & SKILLS

The Biggest Losers in FY 2018 Higher Ed Budget Request

The Trump administration today released its full 2018 budget request to Congress -- and it has particularly harsh implications for students.

HIGHER EDUCATION and CENTER ON EDUCATION & SKILLS
The Biggest Losers in FY 2018 Higher Ed Budget Request

The Trump administration today released its full 2018 budget request to Congress -- and it has particularly harsh implications for students.


PREK-12 EDUCATION and CENTER ON EDUCATION & SKILLS
Can ESSA Help Youth Apprenticeship Move Forward?

ESSA opens the door for states to improve career readiness. Whether states move forward depends on them.


CENTER ON EDUCATION & SKILLS
Apprenticeship Forward: Building a New American Tradition

Apprenticeship can address some of American society's deepest-seated problems. It's time to make the most of the buzz.


CENTER ON EDUCATION & SKILLS
Congress Continues Apprenticeship Momentum

Congress looks to continue new funding to states and intermediaries to make it easier for employers to get in the apprenticeship game.


CENTER ON EDUCATION & SKILLS
Teach Cybersecurity with Apprenticeship Instead

Cybersecurity apprenticeships can fix the industry's desperate labor shortages and make the case for expanding apprenticeship elsewhere.


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How Do We Pay for It? Innovative Approaches to Financing Apprenticeship

Apprenticeship at scale requires resources all employers can use - and tax credits won't cut it. The UK's new plan may be a good reference.


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A First Glimpse of the Trump Administration's Workforce Vision

Some jobs won't come back. To make sure Americans are ready for new ones, employers can no longer be passive consumers of talent.


CENTER ON EDUCATION & SKILLS
Can We Get to 5 Million “Apprenticeships” in 5 Years?

The difference between apprenticeship and registered apprenticeship and why it matters.


HIGHER EDUCATION and CENTER ON EDUCATION & SKILLS
Federal Work Study Can be Great Again

A well-designed work-study program will help students gain access to high quality work opportunities and help them pay for college.


CENTER ON EDUCATION & SKILLS
Started From the Bottom—and Still Here

Bad schools indebt students and don't improve social mobility. Mobility Report Cards make them easier to find - the rest is accountability.


CENTER ON EDUCATION & SKILLS
Moving Apprenticeship Forward

With bipartisan support and new momentum, apprenticeship may enter a period of historic expansion - but will face key issues first.


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JOBS, JOBS, JOBS! But what about the skills to fill them?

Low-skilled workers stand to lose out in the Labor budget of a President who promised to support them.