Iowa Works virtual access points not working for Iowans
The Newton Daily News remains a stout supporter of Iowa Workforce Development initiatives geared toward getting more Iowans to work, particularly Skilled Iowa, which not only gets Iowans working, but finds them high-paying, skilled jobs.
That being said, we fully support the Newton Public Library Board and library director Sue Padilla’s decision to pull the plug — literally — on the Iowa Works Virtual Access Point program in Newton. At best, this unfunded mandate heaped on the plates of already-cash-strapped public libraries was poorly executed.
A more realistic review would suggest the entire program was poorly planned from its onset.
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