Approved by Governor Abbott, the strategic plan for the Texas workforce system was developed by the Texas Workforce Investment Council and its system partners over a twelve-month period from September 2014 to September 2015. Texas Government Code, Section 2308.104 charges the Council with developing a single strategic plan for the state’s workforce system. The plan is intended to guide system partners in implementing workforce programs, services, and initiatives designed to achieve the strategies, system objectives, and goals that are outlined in the plan. (September 2015).
Summary of TWC and Texas Workforce Solutions achievements and financial status in the previous year.
The Texas Workforce Investment Council is pleased to present the Evaluation 2015 report on the Texas workforce system.
The 2015 Legislative Session brought several new laws that adversely affect the ability of nonprofits to restrict gun-carrying on their premises. These new laws may affect nonprofits with gun restrictions in place, especially those in government buildings or that lease property from the state, county or municipality.
This episode of NAWB’s “Workforce Central” features Texas directors Frank Almaraz, Mike Temple and Mary Ross discussing the Texas model of workforce, how they integrate their services and the lessons for business, education and workforce development.
The state’s role in facilitating work-based learning is the topic of a new series from the National Association of State Directors of CTE Consortium.
Compilation of the dialogue and recommendations of the National Association of Workforce Boards’ Workforce Roundtable.