Washington state leads a project among the states to design the next generation performance management system for workforce development programs. The end product is, "Integrated Performance Information for Workforce Development: A Blueprint for the States."
The intent is for this report to guide a more rational system of performance management across workforce development programs, including: the Workforce Investment Act, Secondary and Postsecondary Vocational Education, Adult Education and Literacy, Temporary Assistance to Needy Families, and Vocational Rehabilitation among other programs.
Until this new approach is adopted on the national level, Washington state will continue to use its state core measures which are similar to the proposed new measures.
Contact: Bryan Wilson
Core measures in action: Workforce Training Results and Career & Technical Education "Invest in Success" brochure.
|Return on Investment Strategies Webinar
Workforce Board Deputy Director Bryan Wilson participated in a webinar, State Return on Investment Strategies, that looked at the work being done in Oklahoma, Washington and Tennessee to collect data on the return on investment in CTE for the state and individuals.
Download an archived version of the webinar here
The presenters talked about how states are collecting return on investment data, what some of the results have been, and how this data is being used.
- John Hunter, Superintendent, Moore Norman Technology Center, Norman, Oklahoma
- Bryan Wilson, Deputy Director, Washington Workforce Board, Olympia, Washington
- Thom Smith, Executive Director, Tennessee Council for Career and Technical Education, Nashville, Tennessee