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Competency-based education could benefit veterans by recognizing their military skills

Nov 10, 2017

Ask about anybody leaving the service what they’d like next, and the answer is usually, “a good job.”

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Amazon Should Look to Talent Hubs for HQ2

Oct 19, 2017

Speculating which city is most likely to land this prize has become a popular parlor game in many media outlets.

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Case Study: How Lumina Sharpened Its Focus on Eradicating Systemic Racism

Oct 16, 2017

Lumina Foundation has worked to increase its commitment to racial equity, primarily by helping its staff understand systemic racism better, according to a newly-released case study by Grantmakers for Education.

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Lumina's 17 Talent Hub Cities Promote Education, Racial and Economic Justice

Oct 02, 2017

Lumina Foundation has recognized 17 communities across the country for extraordinary efforts to promote education beyond high school—efforts that a foundation official says will ultimately help families and the communities themselves.

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Lumina Foundation Designates 17 Cities as Talent Hubs

Sep 23, 2017

$6 million in grants is awarded by Lumina and Kresge to cities that attract, retain, and cultivate talent, particularly among today’s students.

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We Can Innovate Responsibly While Protecting Students

Sep 21, 2017

Lumina Foundation CEO: Report on Western Governors University shouldn't tarnish gains made in competency-based education.

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Next-Generation Quality Assurance for Tomorrow’s Talent

Sep 19, 2017

How do we know people are graduating with the skills to get good jobs? As education beyond high school evolves, a new Lumina-supported group is working to define the Essential Employability Qualities necessary to succeed in today's job market.

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We Need Radical Change to Hit 60 Percent by 2025

Sep 14, 2017

A new report from ETS highlights some of the challenges facing the United States as we work toward ensuring most people have the learning needed for middle-class success and public participation.

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In Gig Economy, It Takes More Than Grit to Get Ahead

Sep 07, 2017

For several years, I’ve been telling a story about how it used to be that someone could start working for a power company as a meter reader and eventually work their way up to CEO. Being a meter reader is a lousy job—out in the weather with dogs biting your ankles—but if you stuck it out, you might get picked for a company training program…

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