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A Convening to Explore Quality and Equity in the New Credentialing Landscape

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No “magic bullet” when it comes to quality

In the past, we often defined higher educational quality in terms of prestige and exclusivity. “Now we’re creating a vision that’s a little more comprehensive,” says Debra Humphreys, Lumina vice president of strategic engagement and the Quality Credentials Task Force’s co-chair. “It starts from the outcomes – not just the individual outcomes of getting a quality credential, but the societal outcomes produced when a system is high quality and high functioning.”

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Defining and delivering on quality in higher education

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