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No turning back: How pandemic stopgaps became higher ed must-haves

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3 reasons microcredentials are poised to go mainstream

The COVID-19 pandemic continues to have a startling impact on college enrollment. More than 1 million fewer students are going to college than before the pandemic began. It’s the largest enrollment decline in five decades. It’s also an acceleration of a downward trend higher education had already been grappling with for a decade.

Make them tell you no

As a faculty member in a leadership education program, I interact with a wide range of aspiring leaders. I stay in contact with a lot of former students and subordinates as well. One of the most common questions I hear is, “What do you think? Do I have a chance if I apply?”

How two institutions tackle microcredentials

The global workforce is changing, constantly evolving to demand new skills and competencies from its current and future workers. More and more higher-ed institutions are creating microcredential programs to outfit learners of all ages and backgrounds with validated and evidence-based proof of learning and skills.

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