||Expanding Apprenticeship Opportunities in the United States, Robert I. Lerman
||Proposes a series of targeted federal and state-level initiatives to expand access to registered apprenticeship programs by creating marketing initiatives, building on existing youth apprenticeship programs, extending the use of federal subsidies, and designating occupational standards.
||Improving Employment Outcomes for Disadvantaged Students, Harry J. Holzer
||Proposes the creation of financial incentives for public colleges to offer classes in high-return fields and for employers to offer more training to their employees.
||Providing Disadvantaged Workers with Skills to Succeed in the Labor Market, Sheena McConnell, Irma Perez-Johnson, and Jillian Berk
||Proposes increased funding for training programs targeted to low-skill workers through the Workforce Investment Act (WIA) Adult program and a series of reforms to training programming offered by state and local workforce boards.