Indiana is spending a lot of time and money on workforce development, but some question whether it's the best approach.
State leaders are focused on ensuring Indiana has a workforce capable of meeting the state’s job needs for the next few decades.
Gov. Eric Holcomb signed both workforce development bills passed during the 2018 session into law Wednesday.
The measures will begin taking steps this year as the legislature prepares to implement the bulk of its workforce efforts in next year's budget.
Nearly half of all Indiana public schools currently offer computer science classes.
Governor Eric Holcomb is seeking input from leaders of a few large Indiana companies as part of his efforts to improve workforce development.
Gov. Eric Holcomb signed an executive order Thursday to create a new state office for apprenticeships and work-based learning.
The Markle Foundation’s Skillful State Network links Indiana with 19 other states to write a playbook for how to successfully fill 21st Century jobs.
Holcomb says he hopes to take success stories from different regions to train more people to take the estimated 96,000 available jobs in Indiana.
Among other things, the bill creates a statewide work ethic certificate program for students.