Giving Credit Where Credit is Due: Creating a Competency-Based Qualifications Framework for Postsecondary Education and Training

The postsecondary education system lacks a standardized method of determining the worth of occupational education and training that takes place outside or on the margins of postsecondary institutions. However, given the growing importance of postsecondary credentials to economic success, this disconnect of high-quality, noncredit education and training from education that can be counted toward a degree suggests a gaping hole in education policy and in employment and training policy.

To learn more, read this brief by Evelyn Ganzglass.