Workplace performance records and academic transcripts are nothing new, and they’ve been tracked on paper and digitally for many years. But these records have limits and are often difficult to evaluate outside of their original context.
Think about the complexity of entering a new field with seemingly incompatible skills on your resume—how do you measure an employee’s true skills consistently?
The comprehensive learner record (CLR), a concept from the world of higher education that has grown in prominence over the past decade, aims to help solve this problem by providing access to more granular records beyond pass/fail or specific grades.
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