This report from the National Skills Coalition outlines the importance of local, industry-driven partnerships between workforce, education, and human services systems and stakeholders to scale work-based learning strategies like apprenticeship.
Earlier this month, the Workforce Data Quality Campaign released a paper detailing how some states are counting people who have completed apprenticeships as part of their postsecondary attainment goals.
This report from the Texas Workforce Investment Council provides an overview of registered apprenticeship in the state and explains how apprenticeship programs can be used to close the skills gap in Texas. The alignment of middle-skill STEM occupations with apprenticeable occupations demonstrates that apprenticeship is a strong workforce strategy to meet the middle-skill need in the Texas labor market.
This study examines the apprenticeship grant program proposed by the Promoting Real Opportunity, Success, and Prosperity through Education Reform (PROSPER) Act, a bill to reform and reauthorize the Higher Education Act.
Publication of the Business Leaders United for Workforce Partnerships. This brief outlines the value of work-based learning, and recommends important policy changes to support businesses interested in launching or expanding these strategies in their own place of work.