Designing New Community College: Leveraging Micro-pathways to Drive Transformation

Early adopters of micro-pathways believe them to be a gateway to transforming community colleges to better connect labor supply with talent demand. Micro-pathways are defined as two or more stackable credentials, which must include a 21st century skills micro-credential, that can be achieved within less than a year and result in a job at or above the median local wage. Join the Education Design Lab for a discussion with community college and system leaders on how the design process used to develop and launch micro-pathways have been used as a gateway to drive broader systems transformation across participating institutions in the Community College Growth Engine Fund.