In our latest report, "Improving Training Evaluation Data to Brighten the Future of Black Workers," the Joint Center studied 80 workforce training programs. Only a select few could demonstrate successful outcomes for Black participants, while the vast majority failed to track outcomes by race at all. We propose four recommendations for policymakers that will lead to better outcomes for Black workers.

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Economic Studies

The State of Black Students at Community Colleges
Exploring Challenges for Small-Business Owners Across Race
Improving Training Evaluation Data to Brighten the Future of Black Workers
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Political Studies

Joint Center Organizes Letter With 70 Civil Rights and Advocacy Groups Urging New Members of Congress to Hire Diverse Staff
Racial Diversity Among Top Staff in the U.S. House of Representatives
Black Representation Among Commissioned Officers in the Biden White House
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Joint Center Updates

Joint Center Launches New Campaign Calling on Congressional Leaders to Prioritize Racial Diversity in Top Staff Hires
Spencer Overton to Step Down After a Decade of Joint Center Leadership
Fed Board Stronger with Senate Confirmation of Dr. Lisa Cook
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