Jeff Grann, Credential Engine, and Becky Klein-Collins, Council for Adult and Experiential Learning, have collaborated on a four-part blog series exploring competency transparency in our learning and labor market systems, the potential role that postsecondary institutions can play, and the work needed to get there. The following is an excerpt from the fourth article in the
The December 2021 edition of Transparency, Credential Engine’s once-monthly newsletter, went out earlier this month. If you missed it, you can read it online. To be in the know and receive your own copy of the newsletter, you can sign up here. Each month, we provide an overview on Credential Engine news, events, state, policy, and technology
This morning, Forbes published an article that highlights why three states — Alabama, Connecticut, and Florida — are committed to credential transparency. We know there are over 23,000 credentials combined across Alabama, Connecticut, and Florida — each representing an opportunity for their residents to get ahead; opportunities which are being made clearer and more attainable
If you were unable to join us for the entirety of our 2021 State Convening, we now have the recording available! The video is uploaded to YouTube where you can easily navigate to the start of our different panels using the timestamps in the video description. We also want to extend a sincere thank you
Credential Engine has recently become a partner of the Workforce Innovation Network (WIN) — an initiative from the National Governors Association (NGA) Workforce Development and Economic Policy Program. Since its founding in January 2021, NGA WIN has been a nonpartisan learning and action collaborative for state leaders committed to building an inclusive and resilient workforce
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