NCSL Legislative Video Resource Center

The NCSL Video Resource Center is a collection of recorded webinars accessible for on-demand learning.

State Options for Scaling Evidence-Based Workforce Solutions

Policymakers can leverage American Rescue Plan Act (ARPA) funds to address their most immediate workforce challenges, while also equipping workers with the skills needed to thrive in high-demand fields. This webinar will highlight NCSL's new "Investing in What Works" series and explore how states can use ARPA funds to build a strong workforce. Speakers: Jon Courtney, Ph.D., Deputy Director, New Mexico Legislative Finance Committee and Shrutika Sabarwal, Evidence-Based Policy Manager, Arnold Ventures. Moderator: Kristine Goodwin, Associate Director, NCSL Center for Results-Driven Governing

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Innovations in Court Efficiencies: Through the lens of consumer debt collection

Latest reports show that total household debt in the United States reached $15.58 trillion, increasing by $333 billion (2.2 percent) in the fourth quarter of 2021, while credit card balances increased by $52 billion. Millions of Americans are sued each year for the collection of these consumer debts and encounter a complicated, backlogged civil legal system. State policymakers are beginning to examine their debt collection policies and trends and assess how these fit into a broader discussion of modernizing civil courts. Join public policy and industry experts to learn more about debt collection lawsuits and what state legislators can do to improve the courts' efficiency and ensure equitable outcomes for all parties involved. This webinar is open to legislators and legislative staff only. Moderator: Michael Hartman, Policy Associate, National Conference of State Legislatures. Speakers: David Reid, General Counsel, Receivables Mgmt. Assoc. Intl., Delegate Alfred C. Carr Jr., Member of the Maryland House of Delegates, District 18, Erika Rickard, Project Director, Civil Legal System Modernization, The Pew Charitable Trusts and Heather Morton, Senior Fellow, National Conference of State Legislatures.

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Ethical Challenges and Changes After COVID-19

Pandemic disruptions reverberated throughout the legislative world, and the realm of ethics was no exception. What was the pandemic’s impact on ethical laws and principles? Come hear a panel of experts discuss how COVID-19 challenged and changed the ethics environment. Moderator: Megan McClure, LSPA Liaison, NCSL. Speakers: J.J. Gentry, Ethics Counsel, South Carolina Senate and Mark Quiner, Director, Center for Ethics in Government

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Higher Education Update

Updates on major policy issues in higher education to include 2021 legislative overviews and NCSL postsecondary education databases are shared. Speakers from the NCSL Postsecondary Education Team include Sunny Deye, Associate Director, Marilyn Villalobos, Policy Associate, and Andrew Smalley, Policy Associate.

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Trends in K-12 Education

Trends in K-12 education include the impact of COVID, teacher policy, education choice, state funding and hot topics are presented. Speakers include NCSL Education Program Director Michelle Exstrom, Molly Gold, Policy Specialist, Emily Ronco, Policy Analyst, and Dan Thatcher, Senior Fellow.

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