SACRAMENTO, Calif.–(BUSINESS WIRE)–March 24, 2022–
Educational Results Partnership (ERP), a nonprofit leader in cross-segment collaboration and data science, has brought together a diverse group of national thought leaders to begin developing a new architecture for educational and economic productivity in the states. -United. The group met for two and a half days to begin brainstorming solutions to the amount of learning students have lost during the pandemic and the country’s growing economic inequality. The recommended solution is summarized in the new ERP document— EducativeProductivity: a new architecture that connects learning, employment and the economy.Download the paper.
“The Institute’s goal is to provide a forum to bring together educators, economists and business leaders to discuss how we can strengthen the connections between educational pathways and careers,” said Marilyn Reznick. , Chair of the ERP Board of Directors. “This is an opportunity to really take a step back and seriously think about how we can provide a more productive experience for all students.”
The PRA document, with contributions from nationally recognized economists, education, workforce system and early childhood leaders, summarizes achievable next steps for implementing a long-term solution focused on the concept of educational productivity. Educational productivity correlates what an individual has learned, their productive potential within the workforce, and the economic value of what they know and how it can contribute to the economy. The goal of the new architecture is to improve the lives of all Americans by maximizing the productive potential and economic mobility of everyone, regardless of their level of education.
“Educational productivity is about how to maximize the potential of every learner, regardless of educational level,” said James Lanich, Ph.D., President and CEO of ERP. “Based on data that ERP has collected and analyzed over the past two decades, we believe that the current system excludes learners from opportunities to compete for high-paying jobs in the labor market based on arbitrary criteria. that do not adequately signal to employers a learner’s opportunity real abilities and potentials A new architecture is needed to connect more learners to jobs they are unfamiliar with or for which they are being pushed out of the pipeline. competition.”
A new system designed to measure the productivity of education would co-exist, collaborate and support existing education, labor and employment systems. In the educational productivity system:
- Learning will be translated into terms of economic value so that individuals can better understand the relationship between what they have learned and its economic value.
- Productive potential would be understood, captured, measured and taxonomized to determine the best predictors of downstream economic success and the well-being of individuals and communities.
- Employers, workforce systems and economists would play a greater role in identifying, defining and more accurately quantifying the relationship between learning, workforce preparation and the economy.
- The desired outcome for the system is more opportunity, economic mobility and a more productive economy for all.
ERP is organizing the next institute where more experts will work to develop valid and reliable measures that define and measure the economic value of learning at different stages of life, from birth to career. For more information about the Institute or to access the full ERP article, go to www.edresults.org/institute.
About the Education Outcomes Partnership
Educational Results Partnership (ERP) is a nonprofit organization that applies data science to help improve student achievement and career readiness across the education system. Our goal is to ensure that more students enter the workforce with the skills required by today’s global economy. In partnership with educators and employers, we chart the paths to academic success and gainful employment. Our partners include hundreds of K-12 educational institutions across the country, the nation’s largest higher education system, employer-led organizations, and the foundations of former U.S. presidents.
ERP has accumulated the nation’s largest database of student labor market outcomes from kindergarten. We use data science and predictive analytics to identify effective public education systems, practices, programs, and policies that deliver the best outcomes for students. We are committed to closing equity gaps in education and the labor market. Our research focuses on improving educational and workforce outcomes for everyone, including students of color, foster youth, and students from high-poverty areas. Learn more at www.edresults.org.
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