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This issue of The Job looks at the earnings threshold in the new short-term Pell proposal from House Republicans. Also, survey data on job changers and online training, and a digital learning collaboration between Arizona State University and the U of Tennessee at Knoxville. The post Republican’s unveil short-term Pell proposal appeared first on Work […]
The state's legislature is considering two bills designed to boost adult education and train more people for jobs that have been stubbornly hard to fill. The post Colorado adults who never finished high school could get more help toward a diploma appeared first on Work Shift.
Mark Milliron, a longtime innovator in adult education and now president of National University, sees a future in greater collaboration across higher education. We talked with him about that idea, the rise of hybrid learning, and more. The post Working to be ‘better with,’ not ‘better than’ appeared first on Work Shift.
Community colleges often struggle to afford the facilities and instructors needed to educate students for high-demand fields like microelectronics and biotech. More are getting creative. The post High-demand jobs, high-cost education appeared first on Work Shift.
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