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Making the Most of the PLA Boost. Now that we have the new research findings on PLA, how can we make the most of them?

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Brand new research findings from the Council for Adult and Experiential Learning (CAEL) and the Western Interstate Commission for Higher Education (WICHE) suggest that policies and practices that support prior learning assessment (PLA) have the potential to create more efficient pathways for mobility and increase student success—especially for adults. Check out the findings that will be released in late October and join CAEL, WICHE, and several of the participating institutions in a discussion on the implications of the findings, and how to use the findings to advocate for changes in PLA policies and practices at your institution.

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Peace Bransberger

With WICHE now for 10 years and formerly with Aspen Institute and Westat, Peace evaluates programs and analyzes and reports data to improve education and training outcomes for adult and marginalized populations.

Becky Klein-Collins

Research and advocacy for adult learners in postsecondary education and workforce initiatives. CAEL Staff.

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