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Highlights from President Levine’s Parchment Summit keynote

Yesterday, WW President Arthur E. Levine gave a keynote address at the Parchment Summit in Washington, D.C. The conference focused on innovations in academic credentials and featured conversations with technologists, users, higher education leaders, and non-profits. Dr. Levine spoke on reinventing credentials. Below is a sample of twitter highlights from Parchment Summit attendees.


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