Tackle Michigan’s skills gap

We’ve traveled the state talking with employers, and the message from them is clear: We can’t find enough people with in-demand skills to fill jobs that will help us grow and thrive.

And we also hear common concerns raised by our educators, who say they struggle to get more students into career-tech classrooms, or lack the staff and resources to get those classes in step with the current needs of the workplace.

We need to tackle these challenges.

Read the rest of Roger Curis and Brian Whiston’s article published on The Detriot News website.

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