Tag: LinkedIn education partnership

Moving Policy and Practice for Education and Employment

This summer, we’ve embarked on a road trip to find out how six cities are building equitable pathways to postsecondary and workforce success. On our second stop, we discover how Nashville, Tennessee is moving policy and practice to create equitable opportunities in postsecondary education and employment. This post was co-authored by Dana D’Orazio and Audrey

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Follow NLC and LinkedIn on a Summer Road Trip

The National League of Cities and LinkedIn are visiting six cities this summer to promote equity, education and employment and create a model that all cities can use to boost economic opportunities for their residents. This post was co-authored by Dana D’Orazio and Audrey M. Hutchinson. This is the first post in a series on

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NLC, LinkedIn Use Data to Help Six Cities Expand Access to Higher Education and Workforce Development

As part of the Institute for Youth, Education, and Families’ Kresge Foundation-funded work, the National League of Cities (NLC) has teamed up with LinkedIn to provide six cities data support in their efforts to increase postsecondary and workforce success in their communities. The partnership gives the cities — Austin, Texas; Charleston, South Carolina; Corpus Christi,

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