The American workforce is changing fast. And our schools must move swiftly to change with it.
The modern economy and the education system’s ability to better prepare students with the skills they’ll need for the jobs of the future was the theme of a recent expert panel discussion organized by The 74 and the Progressive Policy Institute.
Panelists included Maryland state Sen. Jim Rosapepe; Don Fraser, Education Design Lab chief program officer; and Lateefah Durant, vice president, Cityworks DC. The event was moderated by Taylor Maag, PPI’s director of workforce development efforts. You can stream and replay the full conversation right here.
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