Pros and Cons of Micro-Credentials

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Traditionally, the education-to-labor-force pipeline has followed a fairly consistent, one-directional path: Children and young adults work through K–12 education, and then some pursue undergraduate, vocational, professional, and/or graduate-level degrees before entering the workforce.

It’s understandable why this trajectory has been so common for most Americans. Once people finish their full-time education and enter the workforce, their lifestyle changes such that they depend on that steady paycheck, as they may have a mortgage and children of their own to support.

When they’re in the workforce, taking time off from a paying job to go back to school full time simply

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