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- For decades, the state’s college-educated labor force grew at a fast clip. This growth engine has stalled. If we don’t respond effectively, the Commonwealth’s college-educated labor force will shrink. MassINC research revealed this trend.
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We have state-wide reach.We know that Beacon Hill isn’t the only place to make progress. We’re on the ground in cities across the state working with local leaders.
- Sep 24, 2015MassINC, the Rennie Center for Education Research & Policy, and Transforming Education cordially invite you to an education policy forum on supporting the social and emotional development of students. This forum will review and discuss new research from all three organizations that synthesizes the evidence on social-emotional learning and examines the state of the practice
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- MassINC serves as a credible, thoughtful resource for all of us who are invested in the future of the Commonwealth. Its emphasis on careful analysis that is grounded in data, research, and polling makes an important contribution to and helps elevate the conversation about the challenges and opportunities facing the region.
Trevor PollackManager of Special Projects for the Barr Foundation