Rethinking the Mission: Community Colleges and Workforce Education

Key Points Among the education providers in a position to help close the middle-skills gap—unmet demand for workers with more

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Stop talking about the need for computer science and start teaching it

Until recently, the basic skills that we are all taught in elementary and secondary school have given us an adequate

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Nike builds ‘soft skills’ in Oregon high schoolers with investment in AVID

Nike is one of several private-sector companies featured in a new report about building “soft skills” in the next generation of

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More than a quarter of professionals under 40 lie on their resume—here’s why

Hiring managers often rely on resumes to figure out whether or not applicants are qualified for a job. But, according

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CTE Done Right Should Serve Both College-Bound and Career-Focused Students

Career and technical education — in decades past a way to steer some students into poor-quality training for a trade instead

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Maine Compass: Students need to see in person what construction careers can offer

As the state faces a shortage of skilled workers, the Craft Championships, set for Nov. 17, can build enthusiasm for

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Apprenticeship: An answer to Minnesota’s skills gap

Across Minnesota, employers are worried about the shortage of job candidates with the necessary skills and abilities to enter high-demand

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