In a new Spotlight on Poverty webcast, Vickie Choitz, senior policy analyst with CLASP’s workforce development team and co-author of Funding Career Pathways and Career Pathway Bridges: A Federal Policy Toolkit for States, discusses approaches to help low-skilled, low-income adults earn postsecondary credentials that lead to good jobs with family-sustaining wages. These approaches, called career pathways, create links between education and training services that enable students, often while they are working, to advance over time to higher levels of education and gain employment in high-demand industries. Watch the webcast here.
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