Last year, 45 education leaders visited historic sites from the civil rights movement throughout Mississippi and Alabama and learned lessons from past and current leaders.
The Department of Labor, in collaboration with the Council of State Governments and National Conference of State Legislatures, released a report based on the career development work of IEL and it's partners.
The California site of IEL’s Education Policy Fellowship Program (EPFP), a professional development initiative for leaders in education policy, selected its inaugural Fellows for 2016-17.
On July 28, the second class of D.C. Youth Workforce Leaders Academy (YWLA) graduated from the 10-month professional development program co-led by IEL and the DC Alliance of Youth Advocates.