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U.S. Department of Labor O*NET and Industry Model Competency Frameworks in the Credential Registry

Now more than ever, workers, employers, and educators need to clearly understand the connections between credentials, competencies, and occupations. As millions of people seek education and training programs that will help them re-skill for opportunities in rapidly changing economic circumstances, it’s critical for them to know what skills they will gain from these programs and […]

From Education Dive – Could better credential data help states bounce back from the pandemic?

The coronavirus pandemic has taken a heavy toll on America’s workforce, with 43 states clocking record unemployment rates in April. As the crisis plunges the nation into a recession, some experts warn it will also accelerate automation and require a massive reskilling of workers. But navigating the credential marketplace and assessing programs’ quality can be a tall order for prospective […]

Credential Engine Featured on Reality Check Podcast

This week, Executive Director Scott Cheney, joined Center for Education Reform’s Jeanne Allen for a podcast to talk about the burgeoning marketplace of credentialing, and how policymakers, entrepreneurs and educators can work together to further streamline the pathways between high school, higher education, and the workforce. To stream the full episode, click here.  

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