Education professionals in K-12 and higher education settings are at risk of leaving the profession, in part because of the stress and dissatisfaction from not being allowed to use their professional judgment to make sound educational decisions
Workforce Development Products
Research-to-Policy Collaboration’s (RPC) has worked on several policy efforts with congressional offices related to workforce development related issues. RPC reached out to expert researchers in our network and compiled information to respond to key legislative questions regarding the unique impact of COVID-19. RPC has also responded to legislative requests pertaining to the workforce development of specific careers facing shortage, such as teaching. RPC summarized evidence for a specific model to increase the number of teachers in the workforce.
CHWs are trusted frontline public health workers who have a unique understanding of the communities they serve. CHWs can act as liaisons between health/social services and the community to facilitate access to, and improve the quality and cultural competency, of service delivery.