Recommendations on Performance Accountability in the Workforce Education and Training System
Not enough individuals are reaching their career and educational goals. Half of the U.S. workforce has only a high school diploma or less, and many of those with a high school diploma lack the necessary skills to compete for the jobs of the future.
CLASP recommends that significant changes be made in workforce development and adult education programs authorized under the Workforce Investment Act (WIA) so that these programs may become better gateways to the middle class for low-income and other marginalized workers.
To learn more, read this brief by Evelyn Ganzglass.