The federal government is expected to announce the launch of a new set of programs to expand access to education in the coming months.
According to a statement released Wednesday, the government is also working on plans to expand career-based education through an innovation center, which is designed to support employers, and to provide information to workers about the career options available to them through the U.N.FED, the world’s largest private school provider.
The announcement comes as many states are scrambling to find ways to make the U,S.
more competitive with other countries in education.
In the wake of the Brexit vote in the U., U.K. education secretary Chris Grayling has announced that he will create a new education strategy to “empower and support” schools to innovate.