CLASP Webinar: Integrated Education and Training Practice and Policy

This webinar recording features a panel of leading experts from around the country who discuss how IET models are being implemented and provide real examples of the opportunities (and lessons learned) for administrators and practitioners to develop quality IET models.

Judy Mortrude
Anson Green
Sue Liu
Sara Hastings
Andy Nash
Carol Clymer
Blaire Toso
Amanda Bergson-Shilcock
Author(s) Organizational Affiliation
Center for Law and Social Policy (CLASP)
Texas Workforce Commission
Manhattan Strategy
U.S. Department of Labor
World Education
Penn State
National Skills Coalition
Publication Year
Resource Type
Informational Material

CLASP recorded a webinar on Integrated Education and Training (IET). Experts from around the country discussed how IET is being implemented and opportunities for practitioners to develop quality IET models.

Benefits and Uses

IETs are a core educational strategy for career pathways jointly developed between WIOA partners. This webinar highlights the many ways that states and individual programs have interpreted the definition and core elements of IETs and in turn used them to develop IETs as a strategy across all levels of service delivery in Title II of the Adult Education and Family Literacy Act (AEFLA). The panel, comprised of nationally recognized leaders in their field, provides easy-to-understand information starting with what an IET is to the ways data is collected and reported, and how partnerships can be formed.

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