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The workplace is rapidly changing, requiring employees to learn and adapt throughout their careers. Strada Education Network is studying this challenge and connecting innovative educators with employers to prepare the workforce of the future.

The New Geography of Skills

Using regional skill shapes to build a better learning ecosystem

The rapid pace of technological change in recent years has caused jobs to change and new skills to emerge. Educators have struggled to keep pace, as have employers, who have …

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The New Learning Ecosystem

Building an education-to-employment system centered on adult learners

Despite the rapid changes in work, the pathways to employment through education and hiring have not made as significant or important a leap. Traditional pathways to employment were designed at …

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Online Student Success Symposium

Innovative Strategies to Support Today’s Online College Students

“Students are individuals, and the power of online learning is in using real-time data to identify individual needs and develop curricula that provide individualized instruction.” To help all learners succeed, …

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Hiring for Success

Employer survey on finding the best talent for the job

Managers and those involved in hiring decisions at employers of all sizes struggle to identify and recruit highly qualified job candidates. Managers and those involved in hiring decisions at employers …

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On-ramps to Good Jobs

Fueling Innovation for the Learning Ecosystem of the Future

By shining a spotlight on what works, as well as identifying barriers to growth, we hope to spark a dialogue—particularly within the social impact investing space—about how to scale more …

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Robot-Ready

Human+ Skills for the Future of Work

“As technology continues to advance, the line between soft and hard skills is disappearing. What matters is whether a skill is ‘human’ or can be performed by machines,” says Michelle …

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The Permanent Detour

Underemployment's Long-Term Effects on the Careers of College Grads

“These findings contradict the popular narrative that underemployment and drift are built into the early phases of career discovery–like some sort of rite of passage for graduates,” said Weise. “We …

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Innovation in Work & Learning Thought Leaders

Carol D’Amico, Ed.D.

Executive Vice President, National Engagement and Philanthropy

Strada Education Network

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Daryl A. Graham

Senior Vice President, Philanthropy

Strada Education Network

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Michelle R. Weise, Ph. D.

Senior Vice President, Workforce Strategies; Chief Innovation Officer, Strada Institute for the Future of Work

Strada Education Network

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Ben Wildavsky

Senior Vice President, National Engagement

Strada Education Network

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Beth Bean

Vice President, National Engagement, Philanthropy and Policy

Strada Education Network

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Holly Custard, Ph.D.

Deputy Director, Institute Partnerships and Outreach

Strada Education Network

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Chris Guidry

Vice President, Mission Advancement and Philanthropy

Strada Education Network

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Andrew Hanson

Director of Research

Strada Education Network

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Rob Kadel, Ph.D.

Senior Research Fellow

Strada Education Network

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Janet Salm

Managing Director of Research

Strada Education Network

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Marie A. Cini, Ph.D.

President

Council for Adult and Experiential Learning (CAEL)

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Rob Sentz

Chief Innovation Officer

Emsi

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Yustina Saleh, Ph. D.

Senior Vice President of Analytics

Emsi

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Pete Wheelan

CEO

InsideTrack

Executive Chairman

Roadtrip Nation

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