December 29, 2017

The Associated Press - Pittsburgh Post-Gazette quoted WDQC’s Director Bryan Wilson on the untapped potential of labor market data to connect skilled workers with employers. 
Read the full article by Daniel Moore, via Allied News: Firms Mull Shrinking Labor Force in Booming Economy.

June 8, 2017

Interview: WDQC on the State of Workforce Data for Career Success ♦ National College Access Network (NCAN) Blog

WDQC Policy Analyst Christina Pena talks about the types of information available to help students understand career options and how education relates to different career paths.

May 24, 2017

Cassidy, Hatch, Warren, Whitehouse introduce Bipartisan College Transparency Act ♦ Gonzales LA Weekly Citizen

This article notes WDQC support for the College Transparency Act, a federal bill that would require reporting on postsecondary education and employment outcomes.

March 31, 2017

Higher Ed Groups Urge DeVos to Keep Up Data Collection ♦ Politico Morning Education

Politico included in its daily synopsis of education news the letter sent by WDQC and more than 40 other national, state, and local organizations, urging Secretary DeVos to support College Scorecard data and transparency in postsecondary education. (The letter is covered in the middle of the Morning Education update.)

March 29, 2017

State Progress Towards Answering Questions With Workforce Data ♦ NAWDP Advantage

An article by WDQC Policy Analyst Jenna Leventoff explains state data system advances in the National Association of Workforce Development Professionals (NAWDP) newsletter.

March 13, 2017

Quality Checks of Short-term Training Get Mixed Reviews ♦ The Employment & Training Reporter

This article summarizes research and recommendations from WDQC's Programs That Work report about ways to ensure quality for short-term occupational programs in order to make them eligible for financial aid.

January 24, 2017

Needed: Better Labor Market Data ♦ Issues in Science & Technology

WDQC Policy Analyst Christina Peña calls for adding occupational information to wage records and more support of state longitudinal data systems in a response to Andrew Reamer's article: Better Jobs Information Benefits Everyone.