The Campaign for Tomorrow’s Workforce will be testifying at this afternoon’s City Council Budget Hearing on the FY2014 DYCD budget. CTW is calling for expanded investment in the city’s adult literacy services in light of the already existing tremendous unmet need and increasing demand for literacy services as a result [Continue Reading...]
The Campaign for Tomorrow's Workforce (CTW) is a coalition of organizations and leaders committed to envisioning, championing, and building a system to solve the crisis of "disconnected" young adults aged 16 to 24 who are neither in school nor engaged in work.
The Campaign for Tomorrow's Workforce is coordinated by: the Community Service Society (CSS), Neighborhood Family Services Coalition (NFSC), and United Neighborhood Houses (UNH).
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On October 25, Mayor Bloomberg signed into law three new pieces of legislation that will improve the way young people on public assistance (PA) currently receive services. These new laws will make it easier for young adults to access public assistance (PA) and be informed of their rights as [Continue Reading...]
In a recent article, Daniel Massey of Crain’s New York Business discusses the state’s
response to GED® test changes and the scramble to identify alternative assessments. F
ull article here [Continue Reading...]
A recent NY Times editorial “Try Finding a Job Without a
ACTION ALERT: Contact State Legislators NOW to Protect Access to a NYS High School Equivalency Diploma!
Issue: Access to a NYS High School Equivalency Diploma is at serious risk under current state budget proposals. In response to changes to the [Continue Reading...]
On Friday December 17, the Campaign for Tomorrow’s Workforce co-led a workshop with the NYC Office of Human Capital Development (OHCD) at the New York City Employment & Training Coalition’s (NYCETC) 2012 Workforce Development Summit. CTW led participants in a discussion of changes to high cialis in uk school equivalency [Continue Reading...]
In light of the evolving nature of GED ® / High School Equivalency discussions at the State level, CTW created the
attached overview of
anticipated changes to the exam, implications for New York’ high school equivalency system, NYSED’s proposed resp
The Campaign for Tomorrow’s Workforce recently submitted a letter to the New York State Education Department and the Board of Regents, urging the NYS to consider a number of concerns in relation to the during the State’s transition to a new exam:
opposition from the field [Continue Reading...]
At the September 10th Board of Regents meeting, SED’s plan to develop and issue an RFP for a new HSE assessment was approved. SED also indicated there may be a need to revoke current law that prohibits charging test-takers fees to sit for
the exam l