At the invitation of the Lumina Foundation, we were honored to lend our industry expertise to the discussions around building a national, learner-based credentialing system. The Summit was held on October 16 in Washington, DC. Attending from AcademyOne were CEO Dave Moldoff and Mike McIntyre, COO.
The convening brought together stakeholders from across the US who are calling for changes to the current system in order to improve access; better align workforce and education; realize increased attainment of market-valued credentials; and reduce socio-economic inequity. Conversations surrounded a variety of topics focused on formulating a new framework to improve credentialing policies and practices across the nation
You can read more about the national dialogue and related initiatives by visiting their website.
The purpose of this website is to support the growing number of stakeholders who are becoming involved in improving credentialing in the United States. The website is being managed by the Corporation for a Skilled Workforce (CSW) and the Center for Law and Social Policy (CLASP), with support from Lumina Foundation
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