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ISAs, once the purview of bootcamps and other for-profits, are starting to take off among state governments and nonprofits under the new name of outcomes-based loans. The post Income share agreements get a rebrand—and new life appeared first on Work Shift.
Apprenticeships can help more Americans get on a path to economic security, write Cameron Johnson and Emily Andrews of CLASP. But to do so, the programs have to be designed for equity. The post Seizing the moment to address equity gaps in apprenticeships appeared first on Work Shift.
Advocates at both the state and federal levels hope to see continued momentum on efforts to create more high-quality education and job-training options for low-income Americans. The post Cautious optimism about workforce education after the midterm elections appeared first on Work Shift.
These city-level pioneers in expanding college access are now taking a broader view of what it takes to improve economic mobility. The post Expanding beyond college, ‘promise’ scholarships roll out youth apprenticeships appeared first on Work Shift.
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