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2013 Members Forum Preliminary Agenda 11413
2013 Members Forum Preliminary Agenda 11413
2013 Members Forum Preliminary Agenda 11013
2013 Members Forum Preliminary Agenda 11013
2013 NYEC Members Forum Preliminary Agenda 10913
2013 NYEC Members Forum Preliminary Agenda 10913
Evaluation of Waivers Granted Under WIA: Profiles of 12 Sites in Final Interim Report
This second interim report, released by Mathematica Policy Research in January 2013, provides findings primarily from the second phase of data collection for this study. The report focuses on profiles of the 12 local areas visited and provides descriptive information about waiver use in those local areas.  The profiles combine data collected from state officials about the waiver application and implementation process with information collected on site during discussions with local area staff, employers, and training providers.
Financial Aid Reform for the 21st Century Student
This report, released by the Institute for Higher Education Policy in January 2013, analyzes the current federal financial aid system, its evolution, and lays out a set of guiding principles in the reimagining of financial aid design and delivery.
2013 Preliminary Agenda 010713
2013 Preliminary Agenda 010713
December 2012 Youth Unemployment Report
This report summarizes data from the Bureau of Labor Statistics' "Employment Situation - December 2012" by focusing on the informantion relevant to youth and young adult populations.
HR 41 - First Installment of Hurricane Sandy Disaster Relief
HR 41, passed by Congress on January 4, 2013 and signed by President Obama on January 6, 2013, represents the first installment of disaster aid for areas impacted by Hurricane Sandy in October 2012.
American Taxpayer Releif Act of 2012
This bill represents the temporary solution to the "fiscal cliff" crisis in late December of 2012 and early January of 2013. It became law on January 3, 2013. It addresses, among other things,  increasing federal revnues via taxes; delaying the sequester for two months; and lowering the federal spending caps for discretionary funding in FY2013 and FY 2014.
Wagner-Peyser Intensive Services Guidance
This Training and Employment Guidance Letter, issued by the Department of Labor's Employment and Training Adminstration on January 3, 2013, outlines flexibility of Wagner-Peyser funds within provisions of the Workforce Investment Act.
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