Workforce Development requires the coordinated efforts of many different organizations. Current and future economic development trends indicate that workforce development will receive increasing focus. Programs must be aimed at the 60 to 70% of high school graduates who do not earn a college degree. A close working relationship between employers and local school district is essential. Workforce development is a customer-driven process. Providing childcare services and transportation support can be as important as skill development training. Results in workforce development are not as easily quantified as with other types of economic development. Economic and technological changes have created a need for skills that are often not taught in traditional academic programs
Student briefly display a portion of Real World EDa's layout!
Kindergarten student talking about Emotional Intelligence. All Real World EDA students are introduced at the onset, Emotional Intelligence.