Archive: November, 2018

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Nov2018
Texas Central said it will break ground late next year on the first bullet train line in the United States, which will connect Dallas to Houston, and the train, technology and much of the know-how is coming from Japan. Read More

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Nov2018
The latest news, success stories and informational resources in the world of workforce Read More

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Nov2018
As part of its ongoing work to help CTE educators and administrators develop and improve the quality of their CTE programs, ACTE recently released the 2018 version of its Quality CTE Program of Study Framework. Read More

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Nov2018
It is therefore imperative that we encourage more options to thrive without our current overreliance on college degrees as proof of ability. We need new routes to success and hope. Read More

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Nov2018
Businesses need to invest more time and resources in workforce development by offering technical training and internships to kids when it really matters: in high school. Read More

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Nov2018
State has experienced 28 consecutive months of employment growth. Read More

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Nov2018
A slight decline in job growth and a cooling off of the Texas housing market may be signs that the state's robust economic expansion could be starting to slow, according to a report by the Federal Reserve Bank in Dallas. Read More

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Nov2018
In 2019, top GOP leaders have pledged to focus on property taxes, while both parties have expressed an interest in tackling the state's long-maligned method of funding public schools. Read More

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Nov2018
A health care consortium, consisting of Amarillo Medical Services, BSA Hospital LLC and Northwest Texas Healthcare System Inc., has partnered with Amarillo College to provide job training using a $549,774 Skills Development Fund grant from the Texas Workforce Commission (TWC). The grant will benefit workers in the Workforce Solutions Panhandle ... Read More

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Nov2018
The Texas Workforce Commission (TWC) today announced a statewide career exploration campaign and website called “Jobs Y’all: Your Career. Your Story.” The campaign is designed to inspire young Texans to discover and explore the state’s in-demand industries and learn about skills needed to enter the workforce. Read More

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