Preparing for the looming shortage of educated workers

(Calif.) To close a shortage of more than 1 million college-educated workers by 2030, California taxpayers will need to invest a lot more money expanding the capacity of traditional brick-and-mortar campuses, according to a new report from the Public Policy Institute of California.

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Training library staff for today and tomorrow

(District of Columbia) A handful of school districts spread across the country will pilot a new micro-credentialing program next year aimed at  upgrading librarian teaching skills to reflect today’s digital education demands.

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