11/7/2011 - Journal Reviews Report Coauthored by Marshall Center Researchers

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The November 7 issue of the Employment and Training Reporter features a piece by Cecilio Morales reviewing the recently released report by the John H. Heldrich Center for Workforce Development titled “Identifying Gaps and Setting Priorities for Employment and Training Research,” coauthored by Carl Van Horn, director of the Heldrich Center, Chris King, director of the Ray Marshall Center for the Study of Human Resources at the University of Texas at Austin, and Tara Smith, research associate at the Marshall Center. The report authors review workforce programs funded by federal agencies, related research and evaluation projects, and offer recommendations for priority research topics over the next five years.

The Employment and Training Reporter (ETR) has been providing coverage of employment programs, policies, and issues since 1969. ETR covers the whole range of U.S. federal, state and local programs, including the Workforce Investment Act, community and technical career colleges, economic development, Older Americans Act, Perkins vocational education, TANF and welfare reform, as well as vocational rehabilitation and employment for the disabled. Stories include notification on legislation and regulations, coverage of best practices and emerging policies, summaries of leading research findings, and key statistical and fiscal data.

  • To view the piece in the Employment and Training Reporter, click here.


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