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* * Date: August 29, 2012 Source: University of Alabama Link: http://bit.ly/O6mJ6j (includes link to the 16 page paper) Headline/Title:* *Workforce Training in a Recovering Economy
*Summary: *Even as community colleges are increasingly seen as critical resources for training workers in the post-recession economy, the schools’ leaders see mounting challenges to their efforts to prepare students for high-skill, high-wage jobs as funding sources for training programs dry up, according to a new report.
“Workforce Training in a Recovering Economy,” released by the Education Policy Center at The University of Alabama, details the perceptions of state officials across the nation who are responsible for coordination and supervision of community colleges.
* **Author:* Stephen Katsinas, Mark M. D’Amico, and Janice N. Friedel.
*For the Full Article/Report, See:* http://bit.ly/O6mJ6j**
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