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- Social and Emotional Learning: a guide for educators
- How educators can help fix the U.S. skills gap and give youth opportunities to thrive
What can educators and industry professionals do to fix the U.S. skills gap—and give opportunities to youth across the nation.
- How to use ESSER for afterschool programs
A guide for how to use ESSER funding to address learning loss through afterschool and enrichment programs.
- Funding for Afterschool in California: ELO-P Explained
ELO-P provides record funding for expanded learning in California. Let's break it down.
- Why the skills gap matters for industry—and America
We ask what are the impacts of the U.S. skills gap on industry and what effects the skills gap could have on America
- ESSER funding: your guide to what’s available, how to use it, and how we can help
In this post, we’ll break down what ESSER funding can be used for (a lot!), when it has to be used by, how school districts can put it towards afterschool & out-of-school programs, and how Work ED can help school districts get the most out of ESSER.
- Fixing the U.S. Skills Gap
A 3-part series covering what the U.S. skills gap is, why the skills gap matters for youth and for the U.S., and how we can fix the skills gap.
- Externships: What they are and why they’re important for career success
Externships: lesser known than internships but just as useful, and easier to access
- Is student debt worth it?
Why young people need to be more informed before taking on student debt and seeking the “college experience”
- Why students need work-based learning
How can work-based learning programs help prepare students for the workforce and reduce skills gaps?
- Soft skills in the information age
How can students become future-proof by focusing on the soft skills employers are looking for?
- Cybersecurity workforce gaps
How do we increase cybersecurity education in the United States to prepare students for cybersecurity careers?
- Certifications and micro-credentials are disrupting higher education
Are industry certifications and micro-credentials quality alternatives to higher education degrees?
- Equitable pathways to upward mobility
How can students prepare for careers without putting them into financial ruin?
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