WestEd’s Center for Economic Mobility partners with education and workforce systems to remove systemic barriers by providing relevant information, helping make that information meaningful, and supporting systems change. We focus on strengthening linkages between K–12, adult education, postsecondary, workforce development, and employers to foster access to postsecondary education, job training, and credentials that translate to successful careers with income stability and meaningful growth. Learn more
WestEd’s Center for Economic Mobility can support you at any stage of the systemic change process
To do so, the Center partners with…
- Adult Education Providers
- Workforce Development
- Postsecondary Institutions
- Intersegmental Partnerships
We prioritize efforts that focus on…
Low income communities,
most notably communities of color and rural communities
Planning for a Modern State Data System
Resources to expand access, security, and contents of linked data sets.
College Promise Programs
Guidance on developing a program and estimating costs.
Strategies for Better Serving Adult Learners
This short video addresses the relationship between short-term course taking and living wages.