This is a great piece about the new world class technology apprenticeships from Woz U with support on the University of Phoenix.
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Community college students who graduate with a STEM degree are the target of a new public-private partnership that wants to put them on a direct path to an IT career and a university degree. To make the program attractive, there are “old fashioned” financial incentives in play.
— Read on chamberbusinessnews.com/2020/09/17/stem-community-college-grads-targeted-for-fast-track-path-to-it-careers/
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Five important ways universities are adapting this year
— Read on www.fenews.co.uk/press-releases/55163-five-important-ways-universities-are-adapting-this-year
The cybersecurity skills gap is large and persistent, creating significant economic and national security vulnerabilities for the United States. The ICS Village recently sponsored an event called Hack the Capitol intended to connect and bridge the policy and technical worlds.
— Read on www.forbes.com/sites/christosmakridis/2020/09/17/cybersecurity-talent-gaps-are-bigger-than-we-thought-and-heres-how-to-solve-them/
The future of FE colleges: Colleges must dramatically change what they deliver and how they deliver it
New think tank report on the future of FE colleges
— Read on www.fenews.co.uk/fevoices/54916-the-future-of-fe-colleges-colleges-must-dramatically-change-what-they-deliver-and-how-they-deliver-it
The Cartographer – Mississippi Apprenticeship Program
— Read on msapprenticeship.works/the-cartographer/
Life In 2020 AD: Is Remote Work Working?
— Read on www-forbes-com.cdn.ampproject.org/c/s/www.forbes.com/sites/rajeebdey/2020/09/18/life-in-2020-ad-is-remote-work-working/amp/
As many as 30 skill development colleges, with at least one for each of the 25 Parliamentary constituencies, will come up in Andhra Pradesh.
— Read on www.indiaapprenticeshipforum.org/andhra-pradesh-to-set-up-30-skill-development-colleges/
Fears are rising of a “Lost Generation” of college students as low-income students, especially Black students, are dropping out of college or not enrolling. Many low-income students say they don’t have good enough Wifi at home to take online courses.
— Read on www.washingtonpost.com/business/2020/09/16/college-enrollment-down/