This initiative will provide institutions with key insights related to an extended view of the impact and result of their learners’ academic journey.
The entire globe is wrestling with the same set of issues: micro-credentials are booming in popularity and how skills play into lifelong learning. Here are 3 observations from the Annual Groningen Declaration Network Meeting to address the issues.
The National Student Clearinghouse has launched the DEI Data Lab, a diversity, equity, and inclusion online initiative that will more widely share the Research Center’s nation-leading data and more.
The Public Interest Privacy Center, housed at AASA—The School Superintendents Association, has been established to help superintendents and district leaders respond to privacy concerns and questions.
Learn about the Clearinghouse’s work to address the education revolution supporting evolving pathways and institutional data needs beyond traditional measures.
To help bring more than 39 million students back to college and help them earn a credential, the National Student Clearinghouse and myFootpath are partnering to bring the Clearinghouse’s StudentTracker Premium Service to colleges and universities, at no charge to the institution, to provide secure, dedicated access to university datasets.
NCAN and the Clearinghouse will increase the number and percentage of K-12 districts and high schools using StudentTracker to share postsecondary outcomes data directly with K-12 districts and schools.
Imagine a future where learners can instantly verify their skills, credentials, and employment. Thanks to the National Student Clearinghouse, this future is already becoming a reality.
Learn about new board chairs, vice chairs, and members of the National Student Clearinghouse and the National Student Clearinghouse Research Center.
Take a look at the future of higher education and five new realities that the education industry should be bracing for now.