Workforce Data Explained: Using Data to Narrow California Skills Gaps
WDQC interviewed Jillian Leufgen, Program Analyst with the California Community Colleges Chancellor’s Office, Doing What MATTERS for Jobs and the Economy, about the strides made toward understanding student success in California’s labor market.
Jillian Leufgen of the California Community Colleges Chancellor’s Office talks to WDQC
California Community Colleges is the largest system of postsecondary education in the United States. The system uses LaunchBoard to link education data and wage records to provide community college employees with information about outcomes of career and technical education programs, and Salary Surfer provides similar information for the public.
- AB 1417 (2004): legislation that led the Chancellor’s Office to design and implement a performance measurement system
- WDQC Blog: California Community Colleges to Use New Skills Builder Metric
- WDQC Blog: California Task Force Addresses Skills Gaps