In this issue paper, the authors argue that current congressional proposals to change federal workforce training programs may undermine this purpose because they pay little attention to accountability.
Examines training and careers of individuals who received support through the Foreign Language and Area Studies (FLAS) fellowship program, and profiles their training, employment history, and on-the-job use of language and area skills.
Associate Policy Researcher
Education Ph.D. in criminology and criminal justice, University of Massachusetts-Lowell; M.A. in criminal justice, University of Massachusetts-Lowell; M.A. in international tourism, University of Limerick; B.A. in history, Virginia Military Institute