The nation’s second largest state has mined a trove of data to create a one-stop shop for career navigation—and perhaps a model for other places.
Twenty eight states have invested in short-term credentials with a focus on their ability to boost employment and local economies, according to a first-of-its-kind analysis.
A new strategic plan in the state says that colleges should ensure that students are able to at least earn back what they spend on their education.
The state's legislature is considering two bills designed to boost adult education and train more people for jobs that have been stubbornly hard to fill.
The state’s community colleges have been starved for resources. A new proposal would boost state funding by $650M—and tie much of it to economic outcomes.
A handful of high-profile researchers and commentators this week put the U.S. financial aid system under the microscope.
Recruiting and retaining teachers has been a challenge for school districts across the country during the past two years. Ohio is offering new grants to 30 institutions to help.
The new "talent strong" plan takes a more expansive view of postsecondary attainment, setting goals for older adults and counting non-college certificates for the first time.