Michigan’s Partnership with Credential Engine Helps Implement Governor’s Statewide Marshall Plan for Talent

By Marcia Black-Watson, Director of Industry Engagement for the Michigan Talent Investment Agency This blog is part of a series highlighting the work of Credential Engine’s state partners. Catch up by checking out our last piece here. Michigan Governor Rick Snyder recently signed into law the Marshall Plan for Talent, which appropriates $100 million in

Credential Transparency: Essential for Education and Training Accountability

By: Scott Cheney, Executive Director, Credential Engine It’s ironic, but true: right now it’s easier to find rich, comparable, transparent data when shopping for cars, airline tickets, phones, washing machines—just about anything—than it is to find similar information across the breadth and depth all types of credentials available today. Try it. If you’re in the

States See Value in Credential Transparency

By: Carrie Samson, Communications Manager, Credential Engine This blog is part of a series highlighting the work of Credential Engine’s state partners. Catch up by checking out our last piece here. In an economy where skill needs are constantly evolving, and an educational landscape where new opportunities and platforms for training are popping up every day,

Kansas Board of Regents Pursues Credential Transparency to Achieve Economic Prosperity

By: Dr. Blake Flanders, President & CEO, Kansas Board of Regents This blog is part of a series highlighting the work of Credential Engine’s state partners. Catch up by checking out our last piece here. Technological advances and an increasingly competitive economy have generated strong demand for workers with postsecondary skills and education. That trend

Indiana’s Scale-Up of Credential Engine and The Most Important Lesson Learned: Partnerships

By: Ken Sauer, Senior Associate Commissioner and Chief Academic Officer, Indiana Commission for Higher Education and Jillian Scholten, Director of Academic Affairs, Indiana Commission for Higher Education This blog is part of a series highlighting the work of Credential Engine’s state partners. Catch up by checking out our last piece here. We start with a