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Policy Driven Credential Measurement Career Pathways Initiative April 27, 2011 Eric Seleznow, National Skills Policy Driven Credential Measurement Career Pathways Initiative April 27, 2011 Eric Seleznow, National Skills Coalition

A New Workforce Vision Leads to New Workforce Policy www. nationalskillscoalition. org A New Workforce Vision Leads to New Workforce Policy www. nationalskillscoalition. org

What is Skills 2 Compete Maryland? Skills 2 Compete Maryland (S 2 C) is What is Skills 2 Compete Maryland? Skills 2 Compete Maryland (S 2 C) is a new skills vision designed to: • Increase post-secondary success • Strengthen the skills of Maryland’s workforce • Grow the middle class www. nationalskillscoalition. org

Why Skills 2 Compete-Maryland? • Gov. O’Malley’s first term priorities: Security, Sustainability and Skills Why Skills 2 Compete-Maryland? • Gov. O’Malley’s first term priorities: Security, Sustainability and Skills • MD = high education, high skills labor market • Middle-skills data drove discussion (America's Forgotten Middle-Skills Report) • To increase training outcomes • To unify workforce programs under one theme www. nationalskillscoalition. org

Substantial Demand for Middle Skills Job Openings in Maryland Between 2006 and 2016 Source: Substantial Demand for Middle Skills Job Openings in Maryland Between 2006 and 2016 Source: Maryland Department of Labor, Licensing and Regulation www. nationalskillscoalition. org

How did S 2 C-MD get started? • Governor's WIB leads the way – How did S 2 C-MD get started? • Governor's WIB leads the way – approves a formal board motion to establish S 2 C Campaign • Education of governor’s staff • Governor accepts motion with one amendment – must have a quantitative goal, measure progress and provide accountability for progress • State-Stat Unit and Delivery Unit provides measurement structure www. nationalskillscoalition. org

Goals • Increase Maryland’s economic competitiveness • Produce more skilled workers to meet the Goals • Increase Maryland’s economic competitiveness • Produce more skilled workers to meet the growth of middle- and high-skill jobs • Grow the middle class by providing more opportunities to gain skills, increase earnings and advance in the workplace www. nationalskillscoalition. org

Governor's Goal for S 2 C-MD Increase the Outcomes of the Workforce Training System Governor's Goal for S 2 C-MD Increase the Outcomes of the Workforce Training System by 20 percent by 2012. www. nationalskillscoalition. org

Moving the Needle on Postsecondary Success • All oars rowing in the same direction Moving the Needle on Postsecondary Success • All oars rowing in the same direction for a singular outcome under S 2 C • State agencies – DLLR, GWIB, DHR, MHEC, Do. D, MSDE, MDVA, DPSCS, P-20, etc. to focus and track their achievement • Other partners under the S 2 C umbrella include 12 LWIBs, 16 community colleges, private career schools, and CBO’s www. nationalskillscoalition. org

S 2 C-MD is a State Led Effort to: • • Set a system S 2 C-MD is a State Led Effort to: • • Set a system wide goal (Gov) Collect cross agency data (GWIB) Measure progress (State-stat) Agency accountability (State-stat) www. nationalskillscoalition. org

GWIB Led Cross Agency Coordination • • • • Department of Business and Economic GWIB Led Cross Agency Coordination • • • • Department of Business and Economic Development (DBED) Department of Housing and Community Development (DHCD) Department of Human Resources (DHR) Department of Juvenile Services (DJS) Department of Labor, Licensing and Regulation (DLLR) Department of Public Safety and Correctional Services (DPSCS) Maryland Department of Aging (MDo. A) Maryland Higher Education Commission (MHEC) Maryland State Department of Education (MSDE) Maryland Division of Rehabilitation Services (DORS/MSDE) Maryland Department of Veterans Affairs Representation of the statewide P-20 Education Council Maryland Assn of Community Colleges (16 Community Colleges) Representative of the WIB Association (12 local WIBs) www. nationalskillscoalition. org

Cross Agency Council www. nationalskillscoalition. org Cross Agency Council www. nationalskillscoalition. org

What can they measure? • Community Colleges – Associate Degrees – Lower Division Certificates What can they measure? • Community Colleges – Associate Degrees – Lower Division Certificates (30 hrs. certificate based) – Workforce and Continuing Ed (leading to a license or credential) • • • Apprenticeships Private Career Schools WIA Occupational & Incumbent Worker Training CTE & Adult Ed matriculating to post secondary Voc. Rehab, Vets, TANF, Corrections www. nationalskillscoalition. org

Keys to Success • Strong executive leadership - Governor, Lieut. Governor • Secretary level Keys to Success • Strong executive leadership - Governor, Lieut. Governor • Secretary level cabinet participation and support • On going cross agency coordination by GWIB • On-going measurement and accountability by State-stat www. nationalskillscoalition. org

What was learned? • Understood the What was learned? • Understood the "workforce training system” as a whole. • Ability to set a goal for this disconnected array of workforce training programs & move it forward • Need for better data elements • Credential data elusive - more work needed • Credential identification/ licensing - version 2. 0 www. nationalskillscoalition. org

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Results • 2009 Baseline – 257, 315 engaged in training leading to a credential Results • 2009 Baseline – 257, 315 engaged in training leading to a credential (Actual output) • 2012 Goal — 308, 778 (Projected Output) • Progress reported quarterly or yearly. . . takes time to show progress www. nationalskillscoalition. org

Many Partners, One Vision www. nationalskillscoalition. org Many Partners, One Vision www. nationalskillscoalition. org

Outreach and Marketing www. nationalskillscoalition. org Outreach and Marketing www. nationalskillscoalition. org

A Framework for State Policy www. nationalskillscoalition. org A Framework for State Policy www. nationalskillscoalition. org

Contact Eric Seleznow State Policy Director National Skills Coalition P: 202. 223. 8991, ext. Contact Eric Seleznow State Policy Director National Skills Coalition P: 202. 223. 8991, ext. 105 [email protected] org www. nationalskillscoalition. org