By Paul Fain, Inside Higher Ed
The University of Texas System plans to make its first foray into competency-based education fittingly far-reaching.
The system’s forthcoming “personalized” credentials will be limited to the medical sciences, for now. But the new, competency-based curriculum will involve multiple institutions around the state, system officials said, with a track that eventually will stretch from high school, or even middle school, all the way to medical school.
Many details still need to be hashed out about the project, which the system announced this week. But several key elements are in place.