This evaluation demonstrates the effectiveness of Illinois' Job Training and Economic Development (JTED) program, as indicated by graduates' higher earnings and increased likelihood of employment. It also examines why JTED achieves such good results, describing its unique and important program elements, and takes a close look at six programs--providing program details and participant and employer perspectives.
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Title: Partnerships for Job Training and Economic Development: An Evaluation of Illinois' JTED Program
Publication date 2006-02-01
Publication Year 2006
Chicago Jobs Council
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