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How an Adult Education Coalition is Advancing a More Inclusive Workforce

Wednesday July 27, 2022 | by Hillary Gardner

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Efforts to create a vibrant, responsive Adult Basic Education (ABE) system can advance racial equity and economic mobility both inside and outside the classroom: Over the past two decades, 78 percent of adult education students self-identified as people of color, according to the ...

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New Maryland Legislation Promises Reform for Health Care Workforce

Friday July 22, 2022 | by Jacki Esposito

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Over the past several decades, staffing shortfalls have imposed dramatic negative effects on Maryland’s health care system, including increased hospital readmission and higher mortality rates among patients. But new legislation in Maryland may offer some hope. States Face Critical Health Care Shortages Statistics ...

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Advancing Efforts to Create a More Inclusive Workforce Through Mentoring

Thursday July 14, 2022 | by Isabel Schroeder

The Global Talent Leadership Network (GTLN) of WES Global Talent Bridge is teaming up with JVS Toronto to connect internationally trained immigrants and refugees with mentors who share the same occupation. In communities across the United States, the GTLN Group Mentoring Program will ...

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IMPRINT Welcomes Ten New Members

Tuesday July 12, 2022 | by Natalie Torres

The IMPRINT Coalition launched in 2011 with five members and an ambitious goal: to advance policies and promising models that support the economic inclusion of internationally trained immigrants and refugees. A decade later, IMPRINT is nearly 30 members strong and includes service providers, ...

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Increasing Access to Higher Education for Refugees: State Policy Solutions

Wednesday June 29, 2022 | by Fatima Sanz

In May of 2022, the number of people forced to flee conflict, violence, human rights violations, and persecution surpassed 100 million for the first time. Approximately 40% of these individuals are refugees. Data from the United Nations High Commissioner on Refugees (UNHCR) shows ...

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