Partners - Digital Promise


Building relationships with a wide range of education experts is central to Digital Promise’s growing micro-credential ecosystem. Digital Promise partners with institutes of higher education, non-profit organizations, and county offices of education to develop rigorous, research-based micro-credentials. Our partners include:

Advocates for Youth logo Agentic Learning logo Arizona State University Mary Lou Fulton Teachers College Logo Center for Learning in Practice Carey Institute for global good logo Center for Collaborative Education logo Teaching Quality logo The Center for Transformative Teaching & Learning logo Clark County Education Association logo COSN logo Educators Rising logo eSpark Learning Logo The William & Ida Friday Institute for Educational Innovation logo Future Ready Schools Logo The Global Financial Literacy Excellence Center logo Hope Street Group LogoiLearn Main Logo the Institute for Personalized Learning Logo Iris Center Logo KVEC logo KQED PBS logo Maker Ed Logo MCESA logo National Afterschool association logo National Geographic Logo Participate Logo Project Management Institute Educational Foundation Logo Red Black Logo San Diego County office of Education logo Teaching Matters Logo Teach Live logo Caps Network logo Trellis logo Understanding Language logo Milwaukee Public Schools logo World Savvy logo

Digital Promise also supports the development of micro-credential ecosystems and works in close partnership with the National Education Association (NEA) on micro-credential development. NEA micro-credentials are created by educators, for educators. More than 150 micro-credentials are available to choose from across a variety of topics. To learn more, go to

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If you are interested in becoming a Micro-credential Issuer please contact us.

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