JFF CEO Maria Flynn discusses the importance of expanding Pell Grants to include coverage of high-quality short-term credentials as the boundaries between higher education and workforce development continue to blur.
There are nearly one million education programs offered in the United States, each with their own unique credentials. As that number continues to grow, understanding what works and what doesn't is more important than ever.
EQOS board member Michael Horn writes about the broader shift toward outcomes signaled by JFF's acquisition of EQOS and how JFF plans to leverage EQOS to catalyze change in postsecondary education and workforce development.
In this Cutting EDge Podcast episode, JFF Senior Innovation Officer Stephen Yadzinski discusses EQOS and JFF's plans to create new digital tools and practical resources around the EQOS quality assurance framework.
In this LinkedIn Live Session, EQOS board member Michael Horn explores why JFF acquired EQOS, what they hope to accomplish, and the broader importance of and use cases for outcomes in postsecondary education and training.
Workforce and education-focused nonprofit Jobs for the Future (JFF) announced the acquisition of Educational Quality Outcomes Standards (EQOS)
Former CEO of EQOS Kristin Sharp sat down with Chris Magyar of Techtonic, a software development firm to learn about how emphasizing outcomes has impacted their apprenticeship program.
President Biden and Congress are pushing for legislation to help displaced workers get new skills and find new jobs. Kristin Sharp weighs in on how to craft policies that ensure transparency and maximize student success.
EQOS CEO Kristin Sharp joins a panel discussion on how technology is changing the nature of work and entrepreneurship.
Michael Horn, EQOS Board Chair, dives into the latest news in postsecondary education to make the case for better outcomes data.
EQOS has partnered with the Council for Adult and Experiential Learning (CAEL) to produce a study that will help inform development of a comprehensive framework for serving adult learners.
EQOS is teaming up with Credential Engine, the National Skills Coalition, and Education Strategy Group to identify credentials of value.
The #FutureOfWork is high-quality, career-connected learning. Learn how to measure and show success in non-traditional education programs.
Policymakers must widen access to federal funding and establish new quality-value indices for non-traditional education providers.
A groundbreaking new initiative that explores private sector-led solutions and innovations in finance to better invest in people.
A push to augment and eventually replace traditional accreditation for non-traditional programs may be underway.
What does a “quality” education mean and what should it enable learners to do?