GIVING CREDIT WHERE CREDIT IS DUE
OCTOBER 25, 2011

Co-authored by CSW’s Senior Fellow Keith Bird and Evelyn Ganzglass, Director of Workforce Development at the Center for Law and Social Policy, this report  highlights the disconnect between the nation’s postsecondary and education and training systems, underscoring the need to create a system that uses competency rather than seat-time as the standard measure of learning.

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

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