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Author(s):The Workforce Alliance
Title:The Workforce Alliance
Source:http://www.workforcealliance.org/site/c.ciJNK1P...
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Organization:The Workforce Alliance
Short Description:The Workforce Alliance (TWA) is a national coalition of community-based organizations, community colleges, unions, business leaders and local officials advocating for public policies that invest in the skills of America's workers, so they can better support their families and help American businesses better compete in today's economy.
Annotation:The Workforce Alliance (TWA) is a national coalition of community-based organizations, community colleges, unions, business leaders and local officials advocating for public policies that invest in the skills of America's workers, so they can better support their families and help American businesses better compete in today's economy. TWA pursues this mission by: Seeking reforms of federal and state policies that could expand access to education and training for U.S. workers at all levels of the labor market; Engaging larger political debates that address the need for a greater national investment in America's workers as part of any 21st century economic policy, and; Empowering local stakeholders - including workforce development practitioners - to effectively weigh in on these larger policy and political debates.
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