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Expanding opportunities: Defining quality non-degree credentials for states - Shared screen with speaker view
Anson Green
31:36
May we have copy of PPT made available?
Amy Ellen Duke-Benfield
33:26
The slides will be sent after the webinar when we send the recording.
Amy Ellen Duke-Benfield
35:18
I will send you information about that after the webinar. ESG is using this definition, with flexibility, in their work with states.
Anson Green
40:39
Thank you.
Anne Willaert
42:07
Can you also send a link to the publication.
Amy Ellen Duke-Benfield
45:36
We're getting a bunch of questions on stackability.
Amy Ellen Duke-Benfield
47:21
One question: Can someone share an example of a high quality, stackable, non-degree granting credential program that some states recognize?
Amy Ellen Duke-Benfield
47:38
No-we're in the midst of a discussion.
Paula Nissen
01:09:04
Are you ranking the "top job" by number or growth percentage?
Diana Keathley
01:10:14
Is there a slide to accompany this gentleman's comments? He is speaking very quickly and I'm not able to take notes that fast.
Diana Keathley
01:11:58
Is there a link to a document where these steps in Alabama are posted?
Amy Ellen Duke-Benfield
01:12:39
There is some of Alabama's detail in the report, but we will also make a resource available with what Nick has shared after the webinar.
Anne Willaert
01:13:20
Will we also receive the report and or publication
Julissa Baez
01:17:40
Any good examples of consumer information portals that have been made available at any of these states?
Diana Keathley
01:18:06
Consumer information tool or consumer education tool?
Amy Ellen Duke-Benfield
01:18:19
Washington's career bridge is a helpful tool, Julia.
Amy Ellen Duke-Benfield
01:18:29
Julissa, my apologies