Category: News

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Sep2020
Innovating nurse training critical to address growing deficit in Texas. Read more.

18

Sep2020
Texas Adds 106,800 Nonfarm Positions Over the Month. Read more.

17

Sep2020

The Economist: Structure

Keeping the structure in place means continuing to help individuals stay in their homes and have enough to eat, small businesses survive, and key industries remain viable. Read more.

12

Sep2020
A bipartisan group of 88 state lawmakers said in a letter that a statewide broadband plan is well overdue. Read more.

12

Sep2020
The Roscoe Collegiate System is a college- and career-readiness initiative within the Texas public education system. The P-20 model, beginning as early as pre-K, integrates STEM (science, technology, engineering and mathematics), project-based learning, dual credit courses, internships and research in a concerted effort for postsecondary degrees. Read ... Read More

10

Sep2020
State agencies say the proposed cuts are a work in progress, as advocates and some legislators call for greater transparency. Read more.

08

Sep2020
The drive to replace humans with machinery is accelerating as companies struggle to avoid workplace infections of COVID-19 and to keep operating costs low. Read more.

02

Sep2020
September is National Workforce Development Month. Each fall, we take a moment to highlight and recognize the hard work done by workforce professionals and the tremendous impact made by the government workforce programs we support. Read more.

31

Aug2020
The latest news, success stories and informational resources in the world of workforce. Read more.

30

Aug2020
A call between House Speaker Nancy Pelosi and White House chief of staff Mark Meadows on Thursday did nothing to break the ongoing impasse over negotiations for a new coronavirus stimulus, leaving talks stalled as the pandemic continues to take a dire toll on public health and the ... Read More

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