University of Wisconsin–Madison

Perspectives on No Worker Left Behind: Results From a Participant Survey

Type Policy Brief or Report
Year 2014
Level State
State(s) Michigan
Policy Areas Education
No Worker Left Behind (NWLB) was an offer by the State of Michigan from 2007-2010 of free tuition to low-income and unemployed workers willing to go back to school and earn a market-relevant degree or credential. This study explores the experiences of those who enrolled in NWLB, seeking insight into how NWLB affected participants and their families. Results show that most respondents found NWLB valuable, program retention and completion rates were very high, and most respondents who completed training were employed.

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