Higher Education Credentials, Higher Skills, and Lost Purchasing Power: A Dilemma for Workforce Development Policy and Practice (2007)

Mr. Sticht looks at the pros and cons of the Adult Education and Literacy System (AELS) of the United States changing its emphasis from encouraging Adult Basic Education students to obtain a GED to obtaining a "transitional" GED which would allow them to qualify for and transition into college, and acquire a two- or four-year college degree. This shift in focus is due to pressures from the labour market to hire more people with post-secondary education.

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2007-03-13
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Thomas G. Sticht. Higher Education Credentials, Higher Skills, and Lost Purchasing Power: A Dilemma for Workforce Development Policy and Practice 2007. Web. 30 Sep. 2020 <http://en.copian.ca/library/research/sticht/13mar07/hec.pdf>
Thomas G. Sticht (2007). Higher Education Credentials, Higher Skills, and Lost Purchasing Power: A Dilemma for Workforce Development Policy and Practice. Retrieved September 30, 2020, from http://en.copian.ca/library/research/sticht/13mar07/hec.pdf
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