Dean and VP Cecilia Conrad Writes Op-Ed in New York Times as Part of Debate on Skill Gaps and Unemployment
Dean of the College and Vice President for Academic Affairs Cecilia Conrad has written an op-ed as part of a debate series on the relationship between the skills gap and unemployment in The New York Times. Conrad argues that "Increased public funding for student loans, training vouchers and community college programs might make this skills upgrade financially feasible for the individual worker and would strengthen the foundation for long-term economic growth."
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