Mayor's Office, Louisville making modest progress in educational attainment
Annual KentuckianaWorks Human Capital Scorecard shows more work to do
Date Published: 8/14/2013
The Louisville-Southern Indiana metro area is gaining ground on competitor cities in the percentage of residents with high school and college degrees, but the region still has plenty of room for improvement in these and other crucial metrics of educational attainment.
Those are among the findings of the annual KentuckianaWorks Human Capital Scorecard. Now in its ninth year, the Scorecard tracks yearly progress in the Louisville community’s No. 1 priority for economic development: raising the educational attainment of the workforce.
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