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Index Accountability and measurement, 189-go ACDS (Apprenticeship for Child Development Specialists), 66--68 AFL-CIO, 155, 176 African Americans. See Minority workers AFSCME (American Federation of State, County, and Municipal Employees): u99C Training and Upgrading Fund, 39-41, 51, 52-55, 57, 194, 196; targeting of health care workers, 31 Agenda for moving up in new economy, 23, 182-204; and community colleges, 199-202; and credentials, 23, 188-89; economic development vs. public welfare, 202-3; government job training and public education system, 196--202; measurement and accountability, 18g-go; more willing employers, 184-86; national workforce training system, 197-98; required actions by employers, 186-87; successful career-ladder strategies, 184-g6; and unions, 195-96; wage regulation and subsidy, 194-95; workforce intermediaries, 5, 190-94 Aging with Dignity Act (California), 33 Aides, health care, 25, 26, 27, 29. See also Health care careers American Federation of State, County, and Municipal Employees. See AFSCME American Federation of Teachers (AFT), 93; Educational Forum, 68 American Nurses Association, 29 Annie E. Casey Foundation, 159, 162, 177 Apple Health Care, 35-36, 52, 55, 187 Applied Biotechnology Technologies Initiatives, 134, 135, 136, 138, 140 Apprenticeships: in child care, 66--68; unionsponsored , 195 Articulation in nursing education, 42-43, 54, 57 Aspen Institute's Domestic Strategy Group, 6 AT&T's labor relations, 12 Balanced Budget Act of 1997, 28 Balanced Budget Refinement Act of 1999, 56 Barriers faced by workers, 3-4 Batt, Rosemary, 11-12 BBRI (Julius L. Chambers Biomedical!Biotechnology Research Institute), 127 Be All That We Can Be (National Women's Law Center), 62 Bedard, Brian, 52 Bell Telephone's labor relations, 12 Bergmann, Barbara, 89 Bernhardt, Annette, 8 BEST Biotechnology partnership, 129-32, 133, 144, 145, 147. 202 Bilingual Education Act of 1968, 92 Bilingual students, projects for teachers of, 108--10 Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation, 127 BIOCOM, 135, 136 Biogen Idee, 125, 128, 129, 136--39, 148 Bio-Link, 140 Biomanufacturing Research Institute and Training Enterprise (BRITE), 127 Bioscience Workforce Development Center, 135 Biotechnology, 22-23, u4-49; access to jobs in, 147-49; career ladders in, 143-49; 244 INDEX Biotechnology (continued) career trajectories in, 13; dt'velopment of industry, 114-18, 185; fluid nature of, zo--21; and low-income people, 132, 141, 14S; and money, 143-45; H&D companies in, 114-17; skills, 145-46; technician job descriptions, 117. See also California; Massachusetts; North Carolina; specific organizations and training programs Biotechnology Workforce Project (BWP), 132 Biotech Training Consortium, 125-26 BioWork, 121-25, 127-2S, 144-45, 147, 202 Bluestone, Barry, 6 Boston Health Care and Research and Training Institntc, 49-50, 55, 56--57 Boston \Vorkforce Developnwnt Initiative, so Boundarylcss careers, 11, 13 Branch, \Varren, 123-24 Brandick Steve, 103 Breslin Center (Philadelphia), 40, 53 Bridge programs, 199-200 Bridges to Biotech, 139-42, 143, 147 Bridges to the Future, 46-50, 51, 53, 1S7 BRITE (Biomanufacturing Research Institute and Training Enterprise), 127 Broda( Suzi, 67 Brown, Willie, So Building Essential Skills Training (BEST). See BEST Biotechnology partnership Bunker Hill Community College (Boston), 131 Burbank, John, 74, 79, So BWP (Biotechnology Workforce Project), 132 Cabral, Joseph, 49- 53, 187 CAEL (Center fi>r Adult and Experiential Learning), 198 California: biotechnology in, 115, ll7-18, ll9, 133-44, 147, zoo; CNA training in, 56; community colleges in, 199; education careers in, 94 Califrnia CARES, 79-85, SS, 89 California Children and Families Commission, 81 California Institute for Qualitative Biomedical Research, 134 California Paraprofessional Teacher Training Program !PTTP), 101-7, 110, 111, 112 Campaign for a Sustainable Milwaukee, 160 Candy Institute, 170 Cape Cod HospitaL 44-46, 53, 54, 55, 190, 195--96 Cappelli, Peter, 12 Career ladders, 1-23; and career advancement harder, 6--g; difficulty in establishing, 3; and economic trends of new economy, 6--g; and economy of precarious employment, 9-13; and employer latitude, 5, 13-16; potential and limitations of, 1-23: upward mobility, decline in, 8--g; and wage polarization and persistence of low-wage work, 2, 3, 4, 6-7; and workforce intermediaries, 5, 16--18 CARES (Compensation and Retention Encourage Stability), 7g-85, 88, 89 CBOs. See Community-based organizations CCSF. See City College of San Francisco CDAs. See Child Development Associates Center for Adult and Experiential Learning (CAEL), 198 Center for Business Innm·ation and Training, 173 Center for Child Care Workforce, 8o Center for Labor and Community Research (CLCR). See Food Chicago: VVork Chicago Center for Policv Research (Svracnse), 8--g Center for the Child...

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ISBN
9781501727184
Related ISBN
9780801444135
MARC Record
OCLC
1080551301
Pages
272
Launched on MUSE
2019-01-02
Language
English
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No
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