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Taking the Temperature of 3 Learn-and-Work Initiatives in a Pandemic

Lumina Foundation’s Learn-and-Work-Ecosystem Guide helps inform the creation of a more seamless education and workforce training system. The Guide highlights 36 national initiatives—including Credential Engine—working across seven areas: credential transparency infrastructure alignment and alliances technology, data and standards to connect systems understanding credentials of value employer and workforce signaling for credential transparency navigation tools, verifications, and […]

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Making Sense of Credentials: A State Roadmap and Action Guide for Transparency

We need to ensure that policy creates systems for credentials to be easily accessible, understood, comparable, connected to other critical education and workforce data, and communicated so that they serve everyone. This document is a roadmap and an action guide for state policymakers to help take the inefficiencies out of the labor marketplace and provide […]

Credential Engine Hosts Third Annual State Partners Convening: State Solutions & Opportunities for a More Transparent Credential Landscape

Please join us as we host our Third Annual State Partners Convening: State Solutions & Opportunities for a More Transparent Credential Landscape on November 18th, 2020. State policymakers and agencies have critical roles in ensuring their residents and employers have the information they need to make well-informed decisions, especially during this time of unprecedented labor […]

The Key Podcast Ep. 23: The Push for a Learner Record System

We invite you to listen to the latest episode of “THE KEY” podcast with Inside Higher Ed! Scott Cheney, CEO of Credential Engine, shares his vision for how Credential Transparency can allow people to efficiently identify and equitably navigate pathways between education and the workforce. In the same episode, Paul Fain interviews Kendall Bailey, SEI Ventures, about interoperable learner records and the potential […]

Eight States Receive Student-Centered Grant Awards to Spur Worker Development, Entrepreneurship, and Economic Growth During Coronavirus Recovery

The U.S. Department of Education announced over $126 million in funding awarded to eight states focused on bringing greater opportunity for students to develop new skills in areas that meet in-state demands. The funds were made available through the Coronavirus Aid, Relief, and Economic Security (CARES) Act to help states promote innovative strategies that build […]

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