Competency-based education programs could prove useful to a specific set of students, known as 'potential completers'

competency-based-education31 million students have left college without earning a degree in the last 20 years, according to the National Student Clearinghouse Research Center, leaving a huge amount of almost-students degree bereft.

Welcome to the term 'potential completers': a specific set of students characterized by a set of personal issues (financial struggles, simple boredom, family concern, lack of time) that forces them to quit a traditional degree pathway, though ideally they'd like to continue with their education.


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