About the Board

  • More than 130 members
  • Represents key stakeholder groups, such as postsecondary institutions and providers; higher education state systems; industry and employers; business and professional associations; accrediting, quality assurance, and standards organizations; philanthropy; policy and governmental entities; research organizations; data and learning management industry; workforce boards; direct service intermediaries and advocacy organizations; military; international organizations; communications; and other organizations working on aspects of credentialing
  • Provides perspectives on and advocate for incremental credentials to transform the nation’s credentialing system

Improving Education and Employment Outcomes

New Reports Share Innovations in Credentialing