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Skills for California Summit Launches New Advocacy Network

On February 25-26, over 100 advocates and practitioners from throughout California came together for the 2019 Skills for California Summit. The attendees included representatives from over 40 organizations in support of a workforce education and training agenda targeted at closing the skill and equity gaps in California. Participants represented business, labor, workforce, community college, community-based and philanthropic organizations.

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The Promise of Dual Enrollment

Thank you to all of those who attended our Policy Briefing: The Promise of Dual Enrollment, co-hosted by the California EDGE Coalition, Career Ladder’s Project, and California League of Community Colleges. The event featured new research from the Career Ladders Project, which highlights...

Governor Brown Signs 2018-19 Budget

Governor Brown signed California’s 2018-19 budget with significant investments in workforce education, training, and supports. These investments include funding for programs to provide increased access to workforce education and training for individuals who have traditionally not been...

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California’s Workforce Dashboard Released

EDGE has long supported creating an education and workforce data system to answer critical policy questions, implement effective practices, and improve student outcomes. The recently released Workforce Dashboard is the first step in this direction. In 2014, EDGE initiated and supported...

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