Thoughts of Afghanistan

The news of Afghanistan has consumed my thoughts and emotions lately. From sun-up to sun-down, I am reading, messaging with colleagues through social media, and discussing with friends how to help those in-country and those on their way to being resettle

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ECE® Aid Healthcare Response

Think back to the beginning of this year. We were all still waiting for more information on the vaccination rollout; Covid variants were not in the news; and with many children still in virtual school settings, there were so many questions about what the

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Remember when there was no internet?

I recently celebrated my 15th anniversary working in credential evaluation and comparative education. While that may seem like an eternity in some fields, I am still considered a “freshman” at ECE. Some of the original employees are still here, from when

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A recipe for new resources

There is nothing more exciting than a new resource series in the credential evaluation world! If you are a devoted fan of The Connection (we love each and every one of you) you may have noticed that we recently introduced a series called ECE® Education S

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ECE votes

As we wrap up our series on the various ways employees have used their service time to volunteer, we thought we would check in with the president of ECE, Margit Schatzman, to learn about her personal experience volunteering at the voter registration poll

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