The state has a uniquely important opportunity to support unemployed and underemployed Californians, particularly those of color, in reskilling and upskilling to secure better-paying jobs in the future.
This 90-minute town hall engaged more than 100 leaders from across the state in a critical conversation focused on how broader recognition of learning can dramatically advance program and college completion for millions of Californians, as well as our state’s equity and economic inclusion agenda.
- Credit for Prior Learning: Leveraging Past Learning to Close Present Day Gaps (California Competes)
- Side-By-Side: Comparing Credit For Prior Learning and Competency Based Education (California Competes)
- Californians Deserve Credit: Recognizing All Learning to Help California Achieve Educational and Racial Equity (EdTrust West)
- Competency-Based Education: A Strategy For Skills Upgrading in California (California EDGE Coalition)
- Making It Count: Recognizing Prior Learning for Workforce Development (Association of Community College Trustees)
- Introducing Californians Deserve Credit