Part 1: Understanding WIOA Disability-Related Reporting: Tools for Data Visualization

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Thursday, September 17, 12:00pm - 1:00pm (PDT)

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Access to quality data makes good policy possible and workforce services accessible for everyone. Join us as the Workforce Data Quality Initiative and the LEAD Center showcase leading practices in WIOA disability-related reporting. This two-part webinar series will feature Wisconsin’s workforce system practices, as we discuss how effective reporting and analysis can enhance services and help mitigate job losses for individuals with disabilities. Attend both sessions to explore existing reporting on individuals with disabilities through a new online interactive data visualization tool and learn how to improve your own disability-related reporting.

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Access to quality data makes good policy possible and workforce services accessible for everyone. Join us as the Workforce Data Quality Initiative and the LEAD Center showcase leading practices in WIOA disability-related reporting. This two-part webinar series will feature Wisconsin’s workforce system practices, as we discuss how effective reporting and analysis can enhance services and help mitigate job losses for individuals with disabilities. Attend both sessions to explore existing reporting on individuals with disabilities through a new online interactive data visualization tool and learn how to improve your own disability-related reporting.

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Access to quality data makes good policy possible and workforce services accessible for everyone. Join us as the Workforce Data Quality Initiative and the LEAD Center showcase leading practices in WIOA disability-related reporting. This two-part webinar series will feature Wisconsin’s workforce system practices, as we discuss how effective reporting and analysis can enhance services and help mitigate job losses for individuals with disabilities. Attend both sessions to explore existing reporting on individuals with disabilities through a new online interactive data visualization tool and learn how to improve your own disability-related reporting.

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Thursday, September 17, 12:00pm - 1:00pm (PDT)

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