This exciting new report from the Brookings Institute offer valuable insights into the use of micro-credentials around the globe, and it was co-authored by Jessa, Ani, and Natalie (from the HTC Lab) and Kazumi (from the Educational Inequality Lab) at GWU.
This report examines how digital credentials and learning and employment records (LERs) are shaping the ways people access education and career opportunities around the world. A wide range of education and labor market technologies is proliferating, especially in North America and Europe. Although these new technologies may expand opportunities for many learners and workers, they also risk leaving many communities and individuals behind.
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