Giving Credit Where Credit is Due | Ganzglass, Bird and Prince

Ganzglass, E., Bird, K., and Prince, H. (2011). Giving credit where credit is due. Center for Law and Social Policy. Retrieved from

Described in Radionoff’s case study, the article “Giving Credit Where Credit is Due” (Ganzglass, Bird and Prince,2011) discussed the issues of the existing credentialing system in serving the needs of employers and nontraditional students. It highlighted the need for a credentialing system that is market relevant and that communicates the learning of nontraditional students and noncredit classes.

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