In an article titled “Grounding Our Inquiry and Change Work in Equitable Post-Graduation Success,” Founder and President Rob Johnstone describes NCII’s approach to supporting colleges in an exploration of regional labor market data (LMI) to understand how their programs “add up” for graduates. Initially designed as part of the Bank of America Jobs Initiative, NCII is now applying this methodology to help teams start redesign initiatives with this analysis. This process involves helping colleges leverage LMI to assess which programs lead to family sustaining wages and for whom, and establish intentional goals for closing persistent equity gaps in both education and employment outcomes. Read the full article.
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