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Board's 2014 - 2015 Annual Report

Read the Fresno Regional Workforce Development Board's annual report, which documents our efforts and progress in 2014-2015. Hard copies are available upon request. Click here to order your free copy or click on the image to the left to read it online.
  
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Press Releases:
Here are the most recent press releases from the Fresno Area Workforce Investment Corporation. If you would like to find an older press release, click on "View all Press Releases" at the bottom of the list.

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Articles:
We have collected some of the local news articles written about Workforce Connection and labor concerns in general and presented them here for you to read. If you would like to find the older News Articles, click on "View All News Articles".

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Please Note: Many of these articles link to the Fresno Bee website. Some of their articles require a registration form to be filled out before you can view the article. This registration is free, and only needs to be completed once.
1 06/21/2007 Freeze Claims: 'So Far, So Good' [ READ ]
Insurance process has gone smoothly for the most part, Poizner says. California Insurance Commissioner Steve Poizner met with area agricultural leaders Wednesday at a Fowler packinghouse to gauge how crop freeze-related insurance claims are progressing. The report: mostly upbeat news.
2 06/08/2007 States Found To Vary Widely On Education [ READ ]
Academic standards vary so drastically from state to state that a fourth grader judged proficient in reading in Mississippi or Tennessee would fall far short of that mark in Massachusetts and South Carolina, the United States Department of Education said yesterday in a report that, for the first time, measured the extent of the differences.
3 06/08/2007 Help Failing Schools - Senate Should Support Bill That Would Give County Oversight [ READ ]
Assembly Member Juan Arambula's bill aimed at rescuing failing school districts has passed the Assembly and will now go to the Senate. This bill is limited to Fresno and Tulare counties, and if this experiment is successful in those counties, it should be expanded to the entire state.
4 06/07/2007 A Tale Of Two Central Valleys [ READ ]
It was the best of economic times, it was the worst of economic times, to paraphrase Dickens' Tale of Two Cities. California's Central Valley is being seen as two separate economic groupings in a new report on the state's economy from Keitaro Matsuda, Senior Economist for Union Bank of California.
5 06/01/2007 Rural Resurgence - Federal Agency Helps Make Biola Self-Help Housing Project Happen [ READ ]
Higgins said the Rural Development investment is about $20,000 per house. The agency packages mortgages, provides grants to Self-Help and assists in training. Additional money or assistance for the Biola project came from sources that include the Fresno County Economic Opportunities Commission and Conservation Corps, Fresno County Community Development Division and the Joe Serna Jr. Farmworker Housing Grant Program.
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