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Credits to Credentials™

December 30, 1899

 

​Credits to Credentials™ is ACE’s large-scale strategy to develop and implement clearly-mapped education and career pathways for adults that have successfully completed workforce and military training and occupations with ACE credit recommendations. Credits to Credentials™ collaborates with higher education institutions and ACE CREDIT clients, such as employers, professional associations, unions and government agencies, to create articulated maps that guarantee transfer credit, shorten time to credential completion, and decrease education costs for both learners and employers. As one example, ACE’s Credits to Credentials™ is working with Ivy Tech Community College of Indiana, and McDonald’s Corporation to design and test accelerated paths to credential completion and job advancement, beginning with a pilot group of employees in September. 


 

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