Support for feasibility planning to develop and scale adult work-based learning programs in two industry sectors, development of a communications plan to engage stakeholders in the importance of work-based learning and post-secondary education, and an analysis of the State of Indiana’s career and technical education funding streams and governance structure; support for Ascend Indiana, Conexus and TechPoint participation in a convening of Indiana stakeholders working to design an employer-led, coordinated statewide system of high-quality “modern” youth apprenticeship experiences, as well as the development of a blueprint to pilot youth apprenticeships in Marion County
One solution to Indiana’s high school dropout challenge: reinventing the high school experience with Purdue Polytechnic High School
Claire Fiddian-Green is the President & CEO of the Richard M. Fairbanks Foundation. In 2016, Indiana had a four-year, non-waiver high school graduation rate of 82.4%, and an adjusted graduation rate of 89.1%. This means that more than 10% of students – or a total of 8,626 students in 2016 – did not complete high […]
How Employers and Other Community Leaders Can Tackle Tobacco & Opioid Addiction in Indiana
Claire Fiddian-Green is the President & CEO of the Richard M. Fairbanks Foundation. While Indiana has many proud accomplishments, the health of our state’s population is not one. According to United Health Foundation’s America’s Health Rankings, Indiana is in the bottom-third of states for overall health – at 39th. And a recent Gallup study on […]
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