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Center for Law and Social Policy (CLASP): Opportunities for Action, IET Model Programs

Posted on 01/13/2017

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This memo External link opens in new window or tab from CLASP's Opportunities for Action series features career pathway models that use Integrated Education and Training (IET) programs to serve diverse learners in numerous settings. The final Workforce Innovation and Opportunity Act (WIOA) regulations, released earlier this year, provide both assurance and incentives for adult education, workforce development, and postsecondary education partners to design and implement IET strategies.

The memo includes IET program examples from across the country as well as strategies for promoting an IET program.

Source: Career Pathways Exchange External link opens in new window or tab e-mail digest

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