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Colleges, Universities Can Apply for Experiments
DoEd seeks applications from colleges and universities to become “experimental sites” or ex-sites to test certain innovative practices aimed at providing better, faster and more flexible paths to academic and career success. Colleges and universities disbursing federal studen...
posted 8/1/14 11:52 AM read complete story
Funding Commitments Continue to Increase for Popular Movement
The White House continues to attract private funders and find new pots of federal funding for its My Brother’s Keeper initiatives with more than $100 million in new commitments recently announced.
posted 7/25/14 12:10 PM read complete story
New Apprenticeship Funding Coming This Fall
The Employment & Training Admin. (DOL) is preparing a solicitation that will offer $100 million in existing H-1B funds for a new funding program -- the American Apprenticeship Grants. The new program will reward partnerships to help more workers participate in apprenticeships.
posted 7/18/14 10:05 AM read complete story
Debate Doesn’t Halt ‘Gainful’ Advancement
As Republicans continue to battle the Education Department’s ‘gainful employment’ rulemaking, the agency continues to crackdown on for-profit higher education institutions with inferior track records in helping their graduates secure quality jobs, a cornerstone of the proposed regulations.
posted 7/10/14 09:06 AM read complete story
Letter Continues to Push Female Involvement in Initiative
President Obama receives an open letter signed by 1,000 women and girls of color calling for inclusion of girls and young women in the My Brother’s Keeper initiative.
posted 7/2/14 11:03 AM read complete story
Cities Receive Accolades for Comprehensive Obesity Programs
The Nat’l Civic League recognizes 10 communities for their efforts to successfully address obesity, chronic illness and physical inactivity and create safe routes to school and walkable communities.
posted 6/26/14 3:52 PM read complete story
Agency Wants to Reinvigorate Justice System
The Office of Juvenile Justice and Delinquency Prevention (DOJ) offers more details about its Smart on Juvenile Justice Strategy, a public-private partnership to improve the nation’s response to juvenile offenders.
posted 6/20/14 3:06 PM read complete story
Plans to Guide ‘Keeper’ Funding
The White House and foundations participating in the new My Brother’s Keeper initiative offer their plans to direct federal and private funding to meet the program’s goal of improving outcomes for African American males.
posted 6/13/14 1:11 PM read complete story
$75M to Focus on College Fit, Readiness
The program provides financial support for academic and related support services that eligible low-income students need to enable them to obtain a secondary school diploma and to prepare for and succeed in postsecondary education.
posted 6/6/14 09:11 AM read complete story
WIA Reauthorization Imminent
In a show of bipartisanship, Congress is poised to pass the Workforce Innovation and Opportunity Act (bill not yet numbered), a bill to reauthorize the outdated Workforce Investment Act.
posted 5/30/14 11:56 AM read complete story
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