Finding Innovative Ways to Offer Non-Credit Options
How is Georgia building pathways from non-credit programs to credit programs? Read more here. "Another challenge around stackable programming is that each credential has to have sufficient discipline-specific content to be marketable on its own. It also has to fully align with the larger credential that it stacks onto. Does the typical adult learner trying to get a stackable credential see English comp as something marketable? Is that really going to help me get a job? What about my math proficiency? So again, what math or humanities course do we pull into this credential that someone could look at that and say, that has value to me in and of itself, and that contributes to the associate or bachelor’s degree? That’s a huge challenge. Solving that is going to take a lot of conversation with academic advisors and industry folks."
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