Making Apprenticeships Work: Five Policy Recommendations

Outlines a vision for policy change that can help individuals rethink the apprenticeship model, as well as the country’s entire system of education and workforce development. The intention of the paper is to spark discussion about the role of work-based programs in preparing today’s workforce.

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