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The number of alternative sources to transferable courses/credits has increased quite a bit over recent years.  CLEP has been around for a long time but other sources are quite new.  Is this industry becoming a destination for people with MEd. degrees in Instruction/Curriculum? Or EdD degrees?  Typically these programs sent their graduates in school systems.  Now there's a new category of employer for these grads to shop?  Are any of you doing this?
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(01-21-2021, 06:42 PM)Alpha Wrote: The number of alternative sources to transferable courses/credits has increased quite a bit over recent years.  CLEP has been around for a long time but other sources are quite new.  Is this industry becoming a destination for people with MEd. degrees in Instruction/Curriculum? Or EdD degrees?  Typically these programs sent their graduates in school systems.  Now there's a new category of employer for these grads to shop?  Are any of you doing this?

I seriously doubt it.
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(01-22-2021, 10:54 AM)dfrecore Wrote:
(01-21-2021, 06:42 PM)Alpha Wrote: The number of alternative sources to transferable courses/credits has increased quite a bit over recent years.  CLEP has been around for a long time but other sources are quite new.  Is this industry becoming a destination for people with MEd. degrees in Instruction/Curriculum? Or EdD degrees?  Typically these programs sent their graduates in school systems.  Now there's a new category of employer for these grads to shop?  Are any of you doing this?

I seriously doubt it.

OK . . . why?
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I'm sure there are SOME jobs for educators either creating content or doing actual instruction, but I don't think it's many or particularly well paying. In most cases, students never interact with anyone.
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