EQOS has joined Jobs for the Future (JFF) and partnered with Burning Glass Institute, with support from GitLab Foundation, to expand the EQOS framework to measure education and training programs based on employment and earnings outcomes.
Employers, job seekers, governments, and investors need a new way to navigate the education marketplace with confidence.
We develop frameworks for quality assurance based on real-world outcomes that increase transparency and improve accountability across education and training providers.
Education Quality Outcomes Standards Board (EQOS) is a nonprofit organization that has developed and maintains a framework of universal definitions of student outcomes and their corresponding metrics. Its mission is to establish a consistent process for collecting and reporting student outcomes data across all postsecondary education and training programs.
$2.9 million grant for Jobs for the Future and the Burning Glass Institute to expand EQOS
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Education Quality Outcomes Standards (EQOS) is a nonprofit organization that establishes universal, independent measures of education and training program quality to help people navigate the education and training marketplace. EQOS is a subsidiary of JFF (Jobs for the Future), a national nonprofit that drives transformation in the American workforce and education systems. For nearly 40 years, JFF has led the way in designing innovative and scalable solutions that create access to economic advancement for all. www.jff.org