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September 14, 2010

Educating against Outsourcing

September 14, 2010 In "Count on the College Premium," Stephen Rose points out that doomsday jobs forecasts are an American tradition and argues that the jobs, particularly those requiring postsecondary education, will come back.  
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August 31, 2010

Measuring Green Jobs

August 31, 2010 The American Recovery and Reinvestment Act have invested almost $100 billion in the “green economy.” This includes money for everything from workforce development and training, to research on cutting-edge technologies, to tax breaks for homeowners who weatherize their houses. In 2010, The Center on Education and the Workforce was awarded, along with eight state partners.
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April 15, 2010

Career Readiness Redefined

April 15, 2010 In two articles from Inside Higher Ed and Education Week, Dr. Carnevale comments on a new definition of 'career readiness' released by the Association for Career and Technical Education.  
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April 8, 2010

Anthony P. Carnevale Receives Morris T. Keeton Award

April 8, 2010 Last fall, Director Anthony P. Carnevale received the Morris T. Keeton Award from the Council on Adult and Experiential Learning (CAEL). Named for the Council's founder, the award honors an individual who has has made significant contributions to adult education and experiential learning. Dr. Carnevale was recently interviewed for CAEL's March Newsletter. Download
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November 11, 2009

What the Workforce Will Require of Students

November 11, 2009 This Education Week blog features highlights from Help Wanted: Postsecondary Education and Training Required, a chapter authored by Anthony Carnevale, Nicole Smith, and Jeff Strohl that illuminates the need for a degreed workforce to replace retiring baby boomers. The chapter is available on our website under Publications. Download  
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April 17, 2009

Coverage of The Center’s Stimulus Analysis

April 17, 2009 Recent articles from Employment & Training Reporter, Inside Higher Ed, Youth Today, and the New Yorker that feature a new study from the Georgetown University Center on Education and the Workforce, which analyzes the education and training requirements of stimulus jobs.