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Look to State Funding to Help Close Skills Gaps

Thursday, July 28, 2016

When it comes to investments in training and education, states have several streams of funding. Workforce training programs for organizations, investments in elementary and secondary schools, and investments in community college or higher education are all important to helping solve the skills gap problem. Workforce development funds, mainly provided by the federal government, are administered by state and local workforce development boards through federal and state policies. 

Most states

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