If you’re tuned in to any one of the many media outlets that cover higher education, you’ll know that the conversations surrounding credential innovation are everywhere. From competency based education plans at Purdue University and The University of Texas to community colleges coming together to unify credentials, conversations of credential innovation that create new opportunities and pathways for students have never been louder.

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Here is a snapshot of stories from the last month:

Competency for the Traditional-Age Student

More Colleges Turn to ‘Stackable’ Degrees as Entries to Graduate Programs

In-state and Interstate Initiatives Aim to Improve Transfer Pathways

Do Students Benefit from Obtaining Vocational Certificates from Community Colleges?

The Shift toward Competency Starts with Faculty

Tracking all of these conversations requires some time, but don’t worry, we’re tracking for you. Check out the Summit Facebook page and Summit Twitter feed to keep up. You keep innovating credentials and we’ll track of the conversations for you.