Credential Engine announced today new partnerships with three states to bring credential transparency, develop credential literacy, improve alignment between credential offerings and outcomes, and inform state practices, programs, and policies by harnessing data that helps students, workers, and citizens make strategic credentialing decisions. Through a competitive process, proposals from Kansas, Michigan, and Ohio have been chosen to work with Credential Engine over the coming year as part of their state’s strategic education, workforce, and economic development efforts. In conjunction with additional partnerships, Credential Engine is currently engaging with nine states across the country.
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