Degrees Based on What You Can Do, Not How Long You Went

See on Scoop.itCreativity and Learning Insights

College leaders say that by focusing on what people know, not how or when they learn it, and by tapping new technology, they can save students time and lower costs.

Marci Segal, MS‘s insight:

What if education were measured by competencies instead of how much time one spends in school?  Wow.  Imagine the new business models for colleges and universities.

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