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The House Select Committee on School Safety will meet today in 643 LOB at 9am.

Our colleagues at NC Early Childhood Foundation are hosting a webinar on Financing Early Learning on April 25 at 10 am. Register here.

From our colleagues at ncIMPACT:

Please join us on May 16 at Winning Strategies for Expanding NC’s Tightening Labor Market. Spaces limited, so register today: http://bit.ly/ncimpactworkforce

Our state’s labor market is growing increasingly tight. North Carolina employers are eager to expand the pool of available and qualified potential employees, and workforce development agencies are seeking creative ways to bring more people into the workforce and assist them in efficiently acquiring skills needed.

ncIMPACT, in partnership with the N.C. Association of Workforce Development Boards and the N.C. Department of Commerce, is providing a unique opportunity for stakeholders of our state’s workforce to convene and explore strategies to attract and train the talent employers need.

This workshop will offer new tools and strategies to aid employers and workforce development agencies in rural, suburban, and urban communities across the state as they face a changing labor market.  We appreciate the generous support of the N.C. Department of Commerce to underwrite the costs of this event so the registration fee is only $25.

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Mebane Rash

Mebane Rash is the CEO and editor-in-chief of EducationNC and the N.C. Center for Public Policy Research.


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