Monthly Archives: March 2015

When “Eat Your Vegetables” Isn’t Always An Option

By Jason Farr, Program Associate, with the National Collaborative on Workforce & Disability for Youth at the Institute for Educational Leadership’s Center for Workforce Development If you are a person with a disability reading this blog, you are much more … Continue reading

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Transforming How Youth See Their Communities, and Themselves

  By Byron Kline, Project Manager for the Right Turn Career-Focused Transition Initiative at the Institute for Educational Leadership’s Center for Workforce Development.  “…But now I learned to earn ‘cause I’m righteous / I feel great so maybe I might … Continue reading

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Professional Development that Works: DC Workforce Professionals Find Value in New Learning Community  

By Julie Jean Louis, intern at the Institute for Educational Leadership’s Center for Workforce Development With little money and even less spare time, organizations and systems often struggle to carve out the resources and leap the logistical hurdles to offer … Continue reading

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