Discover how a new grant will show how institutions can observe their learners from enrollment all the way into their careers, and better understand the value of industry credentials and degrees in that journey.
National Student Clearinghouse Launches New Pilot to Map Student Transcripts to Employer-Verified Skill Sets
Over the next year, the National Student Clearinghouse will evaluate AstrumU’s technology and how it can support data exchange initiatives for higher education.
National Student Clearinghouse Announces Initiative to Create Centralized DEI, Education Research Platform
The National Student Clearinghouse, with support from the Cognizant Foundation, is developing a collaborative online environment focused on diversity, equity, and inclusion and driven by data from our Research Center.
Review the Clearinghouse’s 2020 Annual Impact Report that shows the Clearinghouse continues to serve with remarkable efficiency and is an irreplaceable resource for learners, and educational and employment institutions.
To help the education community go further, the Clearinghouse provides innovative solutions at minimal or no charge that meet reporting, research, verification, transcript, and data exchange demands across the K-20 to workforce continuum today and for the future.
Data Transparency: The Key to Solving the Skills Gap and Benefiting Employers, Educators and Learners
Attend our webinar on June 9 at 2 pm ET to learn about the Clearinghouse’s data collection beyond a traditional education to include credentials and skills that people attain through lifelong learning!
COVID-19 has had a negative impact on enrollment rates in 2020, which could be an early warning sign that the job market may not be able to fulfill the needs of high-demand positions. Anne M. Kress shares five important strategic levers for supporting Virginia’s students, the job market, and the economy.
Learn why Workcred and the Clearinghouse are working to link certification data with degree and employment data.
This year, with the deepest commitment we can make, we will further enable learners, institutions, and enterprises to move forward and rebuild in 2021.
COVID-19 has identified many legacy systems that aren’t as effective anymore, as well as accelerated important changes in how we understand the future of work. Educational institutions need to adapt to properly prepare the labor market for a rapidly changing future.