Registered apprentices across all jobs grew 6% last year, a steady clip but below what's needed to hit the kind of scale policymakers hope for.
Three fresh reports look at graduate underemployment, colleges that don't pay off, and why simple narratives on ROI miss the mark.
New Brookings Institution research argues that the law is the most significant workforce legislation in the last 15 to 20 years—though training dollars have been less than planned.
The U.S. Department of Labor has proposed big changes to the registered apprenticeship system.
New WIOA legislation, passed in committee this week, would modernize parts of the training system but falls short of the overhaul many experts feel is needed.
A new fund in the state is offering interest-free working capital loans to providers to build out wraparound supports and other services.
We’re keeping track of noteworthy research on AI and economic mobility so you don’t have to.
The Harvard Project on Workforce just launched the first-ever directory of the nation's short-term training providers.
About 38% of college students in the United States now use AI tools at least monthly—but only 10% use them at least weekly, a far lower rate than in other developed countries. Only British students lag further when it comes to familiarity with AI tools, according to a new survey of 10 large countries by ... Read more
The administration is prepared to invest big in workforce training for the semiconductor industry, but first officials say they have to know what works.