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Washington State’s Success Story Shows a Strong Commitment to Credential Transparency

    We are happy to announce an update to Washington state’s Success Story offering more detail into our partnership. Washington was one of Credential Engine’s first state partners because leaders recognized the value of building a Registry where credentials could be broken down into their core competencies and skills and be easily viewed, updated,

NCSL’s Credential Transparency Webpage

  National Conference of State Legislatures (NCSL) recently launched a credential transparency webpage! The page gives an overview of Credential Engine and the need for states to embed credential transparency in their efforts. NCSL provides a suite of state examples for leaders to follow. For example, leaders can explore how state actions from Michigan, Minnesota,

Quality Credential Information is Vital for Policymakers, Students and Advocates

In a recent blog post, National Skills Coalition (NSC) expresses the need for Americans to have access to reliable, quality information about their educational options. Good data on credential quality that is transparent, accessible, and actionable can better help people select a path that leads to equitable economic and career success. This is why Credential

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Introducing Data Standards United – A Global Standards Collaborative

  Credential Engine is proud to be an Affiliate Member of the Data Standards United (DSU). Led by some of the most prominent open data standards communities, DSU’s vision is one of “collaboration and alignment of standards to support the global education and workforce digital ecosystem”. DSU is not a new organization, but a voluntary

Alabama and Hawaii Focus on Providing Job Opportunities in the Post-Pandemic Economy

States across the country are continuously adapting to the ever-changing economy and are making changes to help their residents and employers have the best opportunities to succeed. States like Alabama and Hawaii are no different. In a recent U.S. News & World Report article, these two states described their efforts to rebuild their economies and

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