Better Data, Better College Workforce Programs

Looks at how data practices can be improved to promote success in workforce training initiatives. Informed by discussions with community colleges, evaluators, and federal officials, the researchers identified two potential areas of inquiry: efforts to build employer and institutional connections to reach low-skilled individuals; and program innovations institutions have undertaken with data that is available to them, along with suggestions for reform to meet institutional data needs that go beyond the limits of what currently accessible data can do.

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