Hoosier Workforce Shrinks As Baby Boomers Retire

October 22, 2018 0

by Thomas P. Healy Looming in the background of efforts to improve workforce quality is the demographic reality of diminished workforce quantity. Matt Kinghorn, senior demographic analyst for the Indiana Business Research Center (IBRC) at […more…]

Upskilling for Economic Mobility

October 22, 2018 0

by Thomas P. Healy In August, the Indiana Institute for Working Families, a program of the Indiana Community Action Association (INCAA), published the Status of Working Families Report 2018. The report examines the economic outcomes […more…]

Ivy Tech Aligns Skills Training With Tech Jobs

October 22, 2018 0

by Thomas P. Healy Fostering a dependable pipeline of talented, educated, and motivated workers able to participate in the 21st-century economy is the number-one challenge facing politicians, educators, and business leaders. Ivy Tech’s flagship campus […more…]

Peace Lab Debuts at Butler

October 19, 2018 0

by Dan Carpenter There was no lacking for enthusiasm, ambition, credentials, or programs when the Desmond Tutu Peace Lab was formally unveiled Sept. 17 at Butler University. Compared with the debut of the project’s predecessor, […more…]

Seismic Shift at Shortridge

October 18, 2018 0

by Cheryl Reed The American Civil War was still raging and President Abraham Lincoln was seeking his second term in 1864 when the Indianapolis High School opened in a former elementary school building downtown. The […more…]

New Teen Tech Center at MLK

October 17, 2018 1

by Jim Grim Midtown teens are about to take a unique hands-on journey into the world of high technology, thanks to generous project funding from Best Buy. As the result of a competitive process, Best […more…]