JFF calls on states to develop universal career navigation services that are tech-enabled, place-based, advancement-driven, and available to workers and learners in real time, so they can make informed decisions about employment and education pathways. This brief is part of an 11-part series, State Policy Road Map for an Equitable Economic Recovery, which provides state policy solutions focused on people, places, and systems—with the goal of closing equity gaps and driving economic advancement for all.
Report/Research Rapid Skill Building and Credential Attainment Strategies
JFF calls on states to develop rapid skill building and credential attainment strategies that are aligned to in-demand career paths—especially those involving skills that will prove to be most valuable in the post-COVID labor market,…January 28, 2021
JFF calls on states to develop innovative financing options that enable workers and learners facing economic insecurities to pay for high-quality education and training, and thereby open new opportunities for reemployment and strengthen their financial…January 28, 2021
Strong Financial and Social Supports
JFF calls on states to develop strong financial and social supports for individuals and families currently experiencing poverty or financial distress. Those supports should seamlessly integrate education, workforce development, and human and social services. This…January 28, 2021