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What is the Learning Economy Protocol?
Around the world, learning and employment systems create fragmentation across credentials, institutions, scholarships, content, schools, teachers, ed-tech providers, assessments, employers and beyond—systems silo learner data, creating poor ownership models and limiting network effects.
The Learning Economy Protocol provides a suite of tools, applications, and peer-to-peer protocols for everyone in the learning and employment ecosystem to:
- Systematically close skills gaps through verified skill networks and peer-to-peer discovery.
- Solve last mile equity challenges with earn-and-learn micro-scholarships.
- Create a global convention for mobility across borders.
Ultimately, the Learning Economy Protocol is a decentralized network of self-sovereign learners and lifelong learning data.
- Learning Economy Foundation (LEF): translates leading edge technologies into transformative learning and economic systems that promote equity, mobility, privacy, and individual agency to radically improve lives throughout the world. LEF is a 501(c)(3) non-profit, stewarding the LE Protocol.
- Learner & Employee Privacy: Where does privacy fit in with web3 technologies? Is individual privacy a concern? How will the future protect individuals’ privacy, but also allow for personalized learning?