As we explored in our last post, in a market economy its employers, not the government, who have the most effective levers to deal with skill shortages. Its not government or educators who are responsible
Michigan continues to have difficulty transitioning to a knowledge based economy which has led to Michigan getting poorer compared to the country. In Michigan Future’s fifth annual report on Michigan’s transition, Lou Glazer and Don Grimes detail which states and metropolitan areas are
President Lou Glazer sat down with Cynthia Canty of Michigan Radio’s Stateside
The below presentation includes updated data on the most and least prosperous states and identifies the characteristics of the states with the most successful
From its inception Michigan Future Schools understood that the schools it invests in need to be good at operations, academics and student recruitment.
There is a lot of skepticism about a skill shortage in technical occupations –– the most publicized are in manufacturing –– because employers seem to be doing the opposite of what they should to
So I was reading, not for work, a New York Times article on the architecture of Columbus, Indiana