Spring Newsletter: Improving transparency and student outcomes
As the summer break begins at college campuses, we are pleased to provide you with an update on our recent activities. This spring, while we focused on bringing several publications to completion, we also signed several statement letters supporting efforts to improve, and increase access to, information about higher education programs and outcomes.
Winter Newsletter: Reflecting and Looking Ahead to New CEW Projects
As we reflect on the past year before surging ahead into a productive 2016, we are mindful of the ongoing support we have received from all of you. From engaging with us on social media, to sharing our latest research, to providing us with meaningful feedback, to collaborating on projects—we are grateful for your involvement in our work.
Fall Newsletter: Fall Brings New Faces to CEW
Fall has been a time for growth at the Center. In this newsletter, we welcome five new members to our team, and announce our Twitter handle change to @GeorgetownCEW. We are also proud to share that our research was cited in the Department of Education’s College Scorecard.
Summer Newsletter: What’s New This Summer at CEW?
In this newsletter we discuss our state work and activities. We also developed a table to help illustrate the differences between U.S. Census Bureau data, BLS data and CEW’s data for education requirements in all 50 states. In all cases, our projections and the Census data show education levels that are twice as high as the BLS data. Check it out:
Spring Newsletter: CEW Makes The State of the Union
During the State of the Union, President Obama drew from the center’s Recovery 2020 report: “by the end of this decade, two in three job openings will require some higher education.” We also released College Is Just the Beginning, a report that analyzes the role of employer-provided training in the American education and training system.
Fall Brings Us an Important Message About ACS & More!
The U.S. Census Bureau has proposed to eliminate the collection of data on the undergraduate field of degree from the annual American Community Survey (ACS). The ACS is an annual nationwide survey of 3 million households. CEW has relied on the ACS for several research reports on unemployment rates and wages for various college majors.
Summer is Over! Take a look at what we have done!
As we move forward in this recovery, it is important for us to continue dispelling myths related to the economic value of a college education. We also celebrate the great strides made on workforce issues as the president signed the the Workforce Innovation and Opportunity Act (WIOA) into law.