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Date: 28 July 2021

The pandemic brought home an urgent need: the best-educated are prospering but we are leaving too many behind. Community Colleges are a rich resource for educating higher skilled workers that industry is now demanding. However, schools, working with employers and policymakers, must do more to

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Date: 28 July 2021

The pandemic brought home an urgent need: the best-educated are prospering but we are leaving too many behind. Community Colleges are a rich resource for educating higher skilled workers that industry is now demanding. However, schools, working with employers and policymakers, must do more to

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Date: 28 July 2021

The pandemic brought home an urgent need: the best-educated are prospering but we are leaving too many behind. Community Colleges are a rich resource for educating higher skilled workers that industry is now demanding. However, schools, working with employers and policymakers, must do more to

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Date: 28 July 2021

The pandemic brought home an urgent need: the best-educated are prospering but we are leaving too many behind. Community Colleges are a rich resource for educating higher skilled workers that industry is now demanding. However, schools, working with employers and policymakers, must do more to

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Date: 27 July 2021

The pandemic brought home an urgent need: the best-educated are prospering but we are leaving too many behind. Community Colleges are a rich resource for educating higher skilled workers that industry is now demanding. However, schools, working with employers and policymakers, must do more to

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Date: 27 July 2021

The pandemic brought home an urgent need: the best-educated are prospering but we are leaving too many behind. Community Colleges are a rich resource for educating higher skilled workers that industry is now demanding. However, schools, working with employers and policymakers, must do more to

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Date: 27 July 2021

The pandemic brought home an urgent need: the best-educated are prospering but we are leaving too many behind. Community Colleges are a rich resource for educating higher skilled workers that industry is now demanding. However, schools, working with employers and policymakers, must do more to

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Date: 27 July 2021

The pandemic brought home an urgent need: the best-educated are prospering but we are leaving too many behind. Community Colleges are a rich resource for educating higher skilled workers that industry is now demanding. However, schools, working with employers and policymakers, must do more to

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Date: 21 July 2021
Manufacturing methods are advancing through sensors, automation, connected devices, and smart use of data. This improves the performance of manufacturing lines but demands more from the workers on the line. Unfortunately, manufacturing education
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Date: 25 February 2021
After over two years of research, the MIT Task Force on the Work of the Future has released its final report, “The Work of the Future: Building Better Jobs in an Age of Intelligent Machines.” 
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Date: 14 December 2020

Labor economists estimate that more than two million manufacturing jobs will go unfilled in the next decade (Deloitte and the Manufacturing Institute, 2018). This number will be driven not only by the retirement of a rapidly aging workforce, but also by the adoption of new technologies as the

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Date: 17 November 2020

In 2018, MIT launched the MIT Task Force on the Work of the Future. In November 2020, it released its final report, "The Work of the Future: Building Better Jobs in an Age of Intelligent Machines." The report provides insight into how new technologies are changing the nature of work and what

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Date: 2 November 2020

This paper focuses on the question: What are the lessons from learning science and new technologies that could make online education, including workforce training, more effective?

Our current workforce education system faces many gaps, from underinvestment to a deep disconnect between the

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Date: 15 September 2020

Dr. Vijay Kumar, J-WEL Executive Director, and Dr. George Westerman, Principal Research Scientist at J-WEL Workforce Learning, introduce our event, From Trainer to Transformer: L&

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Date: 26 March 2020

During the April 2019 J-WEL Week, the MIT Integrated Learning Initiative’s (MITili's) Jeff Dieffenbach facilitated a conversation among Workforce Learning Collaborative members to explore the enabling role of digital credentials on the future of employee success in the workplace. During this

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Date: 4 March 2020

This report provides an overview of the March 2020 Human Skills Workshop (HSX), including key takeaways and insights from the workshop's expert panels. During the HSX Workshop, J-WEL convened leading thinkers from academia, industry, edtech, and public policy to explore the essential human

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Date: 5 February 2020

America’s workforce learning system is broken. While the demand in the economy for additional skills is growing, we do not have an education system that meets this demand. Meanwhile, individuals who lack a college education often face difficulties finding quality jobs. But there is hope for the

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Date: 29 January 2020
The digital economy will require firms and individuals to change more rapidly than ever before in history to keep up with changing demands of business and technology. This is a workforce and public policy priority, but also the responsibility of higher education and employers. The Human Skills