Debunking a Myth about Competency

NEBHE Senior Fellow Stafford Peat teamed up with Sarah Linet, a policy specialist with the Great Schools Partnership, to write a piece for the online collaborative CompetencyWorks titled Debunking a Myth–Competency-Based Transcripts Don’t Disadvantage High School Graduates in the Admissions Process.

Peat and Linet note that a focus group of deans and directors of admission from the most selective private institutions in New England “provided a resounding, loud, powerful message that students from a competency-based system are not and would not be disadvantaged in the admissions process.”

Related Posts:

Competency-Based Education in New Hampshire: Implementing State Policies in the Land of Local Control

How Selective Colleges and Universities Evaluate Proficiency-Based High School Transcripts: Insights for Students and Schools

The Case for Competency-Based Education: A New Age of Teaching and Learning?


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