This publication is designed to educate employers about the ways in which they can retain entry-level workers. It goes beyond the simplistic advice of just increasing wage earners' pay, detailing a range of alternatives in which business can align work-support programs with those individuals on the frontline.
The U.S. Chamber of Commerce and the Center for American Progress have come together for the first time with a shared sense of urgency to address a looming educational crisis.
This 2007 study grades the performance of the 50 states and Washington, DC on their K-12 school systems. In a state-by-state assessment of education systems, the U.S. Chamber of Commerce found there is not a single state in the country where a majority of students are proficient in reading or math.
An overview of the activities and accomplishments of the BCLC (
Release Date: 2005