White House panel: Build new tech infrastructure for future jobs


Last week the White House American Workforce Policy Advisory Board urged the government and private industry to work together on a new technological infrastructure to support future jobs. It hopes the government will “streamline occupational licensing, education requirements, reduce the cost of licensing, and increase reciprocity” and “allow student financial aid for high-quality, short-term, market-aligned credential programs.” Speakers include executives of online learning platforms such as Udacity, Coursera, and Pluralsight.


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