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26Oct
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Virtual Student Experience Labs are Here!

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Kinetic Seeds provides the platform and methodology, you provide the students. Together, we elevate the voices of those most closely connected to the experiences in need of innovation by uncovering system-level barriers and opportunities, shifting critical mind-sets, and delivering better and stronger outcomes.
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30Jul
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Let’s Talk About Jennifer: An Insider’s Perspective on Credit for Learning

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Next up in our Project APPLY series is an insider perspective on credit for learning penned by James R. Hallmark, Ph.D., Vice Chancellor for Academic Affairs for The Texas A&M University System. Dr. Hallmark, a long-time advocate for transfers and credit for learning, reveals a number of hidden (and not so hidden) barriers affecting a […]
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02Jul
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Some of our best education pathways need some extra care and attention

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In developing the graphic above to support Project APPLY (Advocating for Portability of Previous Learning), it got us thinking — while most of us within postsecondary circles acknowledge that today’s students and workers learn in different ways, places and contexts, we aren’t necessarily doing enough to ensure that they (1) get credit for their learning […]
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15Apr
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Empowering Today’s Learners and Workers with Due Credentials

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By Lara K. Couturier, principal at HCM Strategists and Christine Flanagan, president, Kinetic Seeds. The COVID-19 crisis has produced record levels of unemployment, disrupted student learning on an unprecedented scale and laid bare the structural racism that leads to highly inequitable outcomes in areas such as health, education and economic opportunity. Even before the current […]
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01Apr
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Shared Vulnerability During Crisis

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A Challenge or an Opportunity for Equity in Postsecondary Education? The lens through which we see the world changes during times of crisis, and never more so than what’s happening in our world right now amidst the global pandemic of COVID-19. This virus does not discriminate. It attacks the young and the old, the rich […]
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20Sep
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A Student View of Quality in Education

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Dear Students of America, Did you know that there are 334,000+ unique credentials and 500,000+ programs in the U.S. alone? Your range of educational options is limitless. Whether you are 18-, 28- or 58-years old, there’s never been a better time to be a student today, to discover your passion, to explore your interests, to […]
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17Sep
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We Need More Bridges

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A call for action to help people, policies, and practices cross the chasm of inequity I distinctly remember asking my calculus teacher in a sudden outburst following 40 minutes of sheer confusion and frustration what on earth I would ever need to know this stuff for.  He stumbled a bit on the answer at first, […]
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02Sep
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We’re Growing! A Warm Welcome to Our New Chief Experience Officer

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“I can’t think of a more exciting role for me right now. I get to learn and be inspired by trailblazers in social systems working tirelessly to make the world a better place while bringing a depth and breadth of experience from all that I have learned. It’s perfect.” Kinetic Seeds is excited to announce […]
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05Aug
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Design Out Bias. Design in Justice.

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METHODS TO ADVANCE NEW MESSAGING IN AN AGE OF DIVERSITY, EQUITY, AND INCLUSION Despite good intentions, unconscious bias permeates how we communicate – from the words we choose to the images we feature. From the patriarchal tone that implies “confidence” to racial constructions in the imagination that limit everyday encounters with people different from us […]
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