Industry Credentials brings our industry-leading student tracking and reporting services to a broad range of industry-based credentials. This means that industry credential issuing organizations can now access the same student reporting features that have allowed high schools and colleges to transform their understanding of student success.
Alternative credentials, like micro-credentials and badges, are on the rise. Clearinghouse CEO Rick Torres weighs in on the trend.
Experts from Lumina Foundation and The Manufacturing Institute Discuss the Education-to-Workforce Continuum to Grow a Skilled Workforce
A Q&A session with Dr. Courtney Brown, vice president of strategic impact at Lumina Foundation, and Gardner Carrick, vice president of strategic initiatives at The Manufacturing Institute, on how the Clearinghouse has helped their prospective organizations learn from data and ultimately, achieve their education to workforce goals.
Across the United States, one can hear a frequent topic of discussion – the need for a skilled workforce and the role that industry-based credentials can play in socioeconomic mobility.
Clearinghouse Chief of Staff Roberta Hyland explains that industry credentials are part of diverse education pathways and are valuable to understanding student success.
Rick Torres reflects on the capacity for digital credentials to shake up both the for-credit and non-credit credentialing space and roadblocks
In the only national-level study of its kind, the National Student Clearinghouse Research Center examined whether undergraduate certificates and associate degrees lead to higher-level credentials.
The overall goal of this initiative is to scale the next generation workforce by accelerating technology risk and cybersecurity skills training.
USA-Connect enables the electronic exchange of transcripts and other credentials for students of Chinese colleges who wish to continue their education in the U.S.
StudentTracker® for High Schools serves as the primary data source informing Boston’s citywide college completion efforts