Each week, CERIC is on the lookout for the latest reports related to career development. Here are five reports that we found interesting this week:
Better, Faster, Stronger: Maximizing the benefits of automation for Ontario’s firms and people (Brookfield Institute)
High-level recommendations designed to help policy-makers, business leaders, educators, unions and workers address the implications of automation for Ontario’s labour.
Digital and artificial intelligence technologies will likely have a substantial economic and social impact. Governments can act now to create shared prosperity and better lives for all citizens.
Redefining Risk: Human Rights and Elementary School Factors Predicting Post-Secondary Access (Education Policy Analysis Archives journal [open access])
New findings from a unique, longitudinal data set collected and developed by the Toronto District School Board highlights key factors, established in elementary school, as to how many students do not enter into post-secondary studies in Ontario. The majority of students suspended at any time, students in self-contained special education programs and/or students who missed more than 10% of classes in Grade 4 do not go on to PSE.
National migration programs need to serve diverse labour needs in particular sectors, occupations or regions. General programs may include regional shortage occupation lists or local labour market tests but sometimes need to be complemented by more targeted programs.
Pan-Canadian Systems-Level Framework on Global Competencies (Council of Ministers of Education, Canada)
This reference framework maps out broad directions for the integration of global competencies in education and helps policy-makers, school leaders, educators, and communities in provinces
and territories to include global competencies in education.
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