College closings, economic upheaval make a case for blockchain adoption

Ted Mitchell, Education Dive

“Addressing issues of interoperability between education and employment are more important than ever,” writes American Council on Education President Ted Mitchell.  In periods of economic crisis like this one, higher education typically serves as both a backstop for displaced workers and an engine for economic recovery. But today’s crisis is exposing widening fault lines between educational institutions and the demands of an increasingly dynamic world of work. At the core of that challenge is a disconnect between the ways higher education and the labor market talk about, measure and signal individuals’ skills.

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