This new report from the National Skills Coalition showcases seven program models from around the United States that serve immigrant workers. The programs help immigrants acquire the foundational and technical skills needed for middle-skill employment. Go to:
Both Finger Lakes and State Statistics for AEPP-funded programs can be found here for 2014 - 2015: Finger Lakes Region Adult Education Student Statistics and 2015Data Tour of NY For 2014-2015
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