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Lessons Learned in Workforce Innovation: How Six States Are Planning to Advance Digital Skills For Equitable Economic Participation

It is estimated that the COVID-19 pandemic advanced 10 years of planned technological change in the workplace in less than one year. The rapid digitization of the economy has exacerbated the digital divide and created barriers to equitable economic participation for workers and their families, posing major risks to economic stability and resiliency at household, community and state levels. This National Governors Association publication provides lessons learned and case studies to bridge the digital divide. The publication also features information on how states can align their state plans with plans developed for other federal programs such as the Digital Equity Act and the Broadband Equity, Access, and Deployment Program, as well as a framework for creating state plans to advance digital skills.

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