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2018 Advance CTE Spring Meeting has ended
Wednesday, April 4 • 2:00pm - 2:50pm
Navigating the Sea of Credentials to Determine Quality

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With the proliferation of credentials, it is incredibly complicated for states, employers and learners to identify credentials of value and rely on data systems to track credential attainment. Learn about two major initiatives - Credential Engine and the Manufacturing Institute's National Student Clearinghouse data matching project - that aim to address a number of the core challenges with measuring and valuing credentials.

Moderators
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Kimberly Green

Executive Director, Advance CTE
For the past twenty-six years, Kimberly A. Green has worked extensively on federal policy impacting Career Technical Education (CTE). Working closely with Congress, the Administration and a broad range of stakeholders, she represents the interests of and seeks support for CTE. In... Read More →

Speakers
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Gardner Carrick

Vice President of Strategic Initiatives, The Manufacturing Institute
Gardner Carrick is the VicePresident of Strategic Initiatives at the National Association ofManufacturers' Manufacturing Institute.  Mr. Carrick leads the Institute’sresearch activities including partnerships with internationally recognizedconsulting firms and the production of... Read More →
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Scott Cheney

Executive Director, Credentials Engine
Scott Cheney is Credential Engine’s first Executive Director where he leads the organization’sefforts to bring transparency and credential literacy to the marketplace. Scott has over 25 years of experience in and brings a multi-faceted perspective to developing the skills of the... Read More →



Wednesday April 4, 2018 2:00pm - 2:50pm
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