Reskilling America, Urban Design That Works, And Kansas City's Food Trucks (R) | KCUR

Reskilling America, Urban Design That Works, And Kansas City's Food Trucks (R)

Feb 7, 2017

As jobs evolve, educational programs like the ones offered at the Career & Technology Center at Fort Osage in Independence, Missouri, work to enable graduates to fill gaps in the middle-skilled labor market.
Credit Fort Osage CTC

First, we explore how vocational and technical education programs can help bridge the gap between job-seekers and middle-skilled jobs. Then, architect John Ruble explains the challenges urban planners face when designing everything from city buildings to U.S. embassies. Finally, running a successful food truck is about more than serving sliders from a van. We hear about the construction and operation of Kansas City's full-service kitchens-on-wheels.