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Nurturing America's Growth in the Global Marketplace Through Talent Development: An Interim Report on the Evaluation of Generations II and III of WIRED
Reports
  • Nancy Hewat, Public Policy Associates
  • Kevin Hollenbeck, W.E. Upjohn Institute
Year
2009
Series
ETA occasional paper; 2009-19
Abstract
This is the first report from the evaluation of Generations II and III of the Workforce Innovations in Regional Economic Development Initiative... This interim report presents baseline information from all 26 regions. It reflects the status of regional activities as of the summer of 2008, when many regions were in the initial stage of implementation. Thus, the report focuses on the development of partnerships, governance arrangements, and the design of decision-making processes. In early 2006, ETA announced the initial recipients of grants to promote regional collaboration of a wide range of public and private organizations with the goal of transforming their regional approaches for addressing economic challenges. The grants were intended to bring together diverse regional organizations in order to work towards economic stability and workforce growth. Thirteen additional regions were competitively selected for grants in January 2007, followed by a final 13 in June 2007. These grantees are collectively referred to as Generations II and III.
Publisher
U.S. Dept. of Labor, Employment and Training Administration
Issue Date
November 2009
Note
Issued by Public Policy Associates and W.E. Upjohn Institute; Contributing authors from Public Policy Associates: Nicholas Armit, Colleen Graber, Jeff Kaplow, David McConnell, Nancy McCrohan, Jeff Padden, Lawrence Rosen, Nathalie Winans, Scott Southard; contributing authors from Upjohn Institute: George Erickcek, Brad Watts
Sponsorship
U.S. Department of Labor, Employment and Training Administration, Contract Number DOLJ071A20606
Citation Information
Hewat, Nancy, and Kevin Hollenbeck. 2009. "Nurturing America's Growth in the Global Marketplace Through Talent Development: An Interim Report on the Evaluation of Generations II and III of WIRED." Report submitted to U.S. Department of Labor, Employment and Training Administration.