Clinton Global Initiative

Credit: Paul Morse/Clinton Global Initiative, WJC Photoline
Credit: Paul Morse/Clinton Global Initiative, WJC Photoline

Verses Education was an invitee to the Clinton Global Initiative’s CGI America 2015 Meeting, where it made a Commitment to Action: Recognizing Assets & Opening Doors. As detailed on the Clinton Foundation website: In 2015, Verses Education committed to scale up its work with the Aurora Public Schools Digital Badge Initiative to provide more students with access to Badge earning opportunities. This scale up will include partnering with higher education institutions to provide value and recognition of credentials through articulation agreements and offering earned credit to help students get ahead in their pursuit of college degrees and certificates. A second partnership with ACTFL will allow for an unprecedented number of bilingual students to receive credentials acknowledging language proficiency in their first languages.

Stay tuned to this page for updates as this exciting Commitment is implemented!