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Connecting Credentials: A Beta Credentials Framework

Building a system for communicating about and connecting diverse credentials

June 11, 2015

Connecting Credentials is designed to frame the meaning of various credentials in terms of the knowledge and skills that recipients of each credential should have.

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Making the Case

Making the Case for Reforming the U.S. Credentialing System

June 11, 2015

Making the Case for Reforming the U.S. Credentialing System

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About the Community Partnership for Attainment

February 26, 2015

Information about Lumina's Community Partnership for Attainment and the 75 cities in the 3 cohorts.

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Roadmap to Enhanced Student Learning

Implementing the DOP and Tuning

December 9, 2014

For both the Degree Qualifications Profile (DQP) and Tuning, the primary reference point is the student, not the institution.

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Degree Qualifications Profile

October 1, 2014

A learning-centered framework for what college graduates should know and be able to do to earn the associate, bachelor’s or master’s degree

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Federal Policy Priorities

September 15, 2014

Lumina's statement of federal policy priorities

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The Leadership Model of Philanthropy

May 27, 2014

As the nation’s largest private foundation focused solely on increasing Americans’ success in higher education, Lumina Foundation seeks to maximize its effectiveness in serving the public trust through a leadership model of philanthropy, in favor of following a strictly charitable role. Merisotis shares his thoughts on how that leadership model can lead to more significant and lasting change that will "permanently alter the conditions that make assistance necessary."

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Summary - Federal Policy Priorities

2-page summary

May 16, 2014

As the nation strives to meet the growing need for talent to drive today’s knowledge economy and democratic society, more and more Americans agree that increasing postsecondary attainment is critical. In fact, consensus has never been stronger that higher rates of college-level learning are needed — both to ensure the...

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Four Steps to Finishing First

An Agenda for Increasing College Productivity to Create a Better-Educated Society

September 1, 2011

Outlines a Four Step agenda that higher education leaders and policy makers are adopting across the country to help their states address economic challenges through higher education.

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