As students flock to credentials other than degrees, quality-control concerns grow

When graduate student Atis Degro got an email about a George Mason University course in resilience last year, he had to look up what that meant. He was also curious about the credential being offered for successfully completing the course: not a conventional degree or a certificate, but a “badge.” “I thought, okay, this sounds … Continue reading As students flock to credentials other than degrees, quality-control concerns grow