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Five Questions for Demetra Smith Nightingale on Workforce Development Policy

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Document date: May 26, 2011
Released online: May 26, 2011
Senior Fellow Demetra Smith Nightingale answers five questions about workforce development policy—how it’s evolved, when it's most effective, and what policymakers can do to improve job training and education. The Obama administration has emphasized community colleges' key role in workforce development and the need to forge partnerships between community colleges and employers to better train future workers.

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