non-degree credentials

States show progress in measuring non-degree credentials


Non-degree credentials are important to the workforce--here's how states are meeting the challenge

A new 50-state scan reveals that while no state has comprehensive data about all types of non-degree credentials, including certificates, licenses, and industry certifications, states are improving their data collection practices around non-degree credential attainment.

Because full-time workers with credentials earn more than those without credentials, states recognize the value of non-degree credentials and are including them in statewide educational attainment goals, according to Measuring Non-Degree Credential Attainment
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  • Laura Ascione