Transfer Students Start Getting More of the Credits They’ve Already Earned

A recent article published in both  in The Hechinger Report and The Washington Post discusses the frustrating experience that many students have in effectively transferring their credits when they change institutions and the solutions, including Interstate Passport®, that have been developed to alleviate this issue. "That complication has given rise to something called the Interstate Passport, which lets students who have mastered agreed-upon “learning outcomes” transfer among participating institutions in nine states — Arkansas, California, Hawaii, Idaho, North Dakota, Oregon, South Dakota, Utah and Wyoming — without having to re-take general-education courses."
 

Author: Jon Marcus