New OECD research highlights three ways micro-credentials can contribute to greater inclusion in higher education
Coronavirus (COVID-19) has dramatically changed the job market. Will strong interpersonal skills help young people navigate it?
Could the COVID-19 crisis spell the end of high stakes final examinations as the main tool for assessing learning in higher education?
Better aligning higher education and the labour market will ensure people have the skills they need to succeed in the increasingly competetive market.
Alternative credentials – such as digital badges, micro-credentials and professional/industry certificates – are increasing in popularity and recognition.
The latest Education Indicators in Focus brief investigates the different factors students weigh when making decisions about entering higher education.