07 septembre 2016

The Price We Pay for Bad Data on College Costs

https://aceducationblog.files.wordpress.com/2013/09/cropped-higheredtoday_665x135_final.jpegInstitutional leaders—along with most students, families, educators and advocates—know that colleges and universities today face a number of challenges, from access to college costs to attainment to student debt. More...

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Transfer Students, Transfer Policies

https://aceducationblog.files.wordpress.com/2013/09/cropped-higheredtoday_665x135_final.jpegTwo new reports out this week look at college student transfer rates and articulation policies throughout the country. More...

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Fewer Europeans Interested in U.S. Degree Programs

https://aceducationblog.files.wordpress.com/2013/09/cropped-higheredtoday_665x135_final.jpegAccording to data included in an upcoming publication by ACE’s Center for Internationalization and Global Engagement in partnership with the Boston College Center for International Higher Education, the total number of European students enrolled in degree programs in the U.S. has decreased by 25 percent over the past 15 years. More...

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Why Europe, Why Now?

https://aceducationblog.files.wordpress.com/2013/09/cropped-higheredtoday_665x135_final.jpegThe United States and Europe have a long history of academic collaboration and mutual influence in the higher education sphere. More...

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The Right Credential for the Right Student at the Right Time

https://aceducationblog.files.wordpress.com/2013/09/cropped-higheredtoday_665x135_final.jpegToday’s economy and society depend on increasingly higher levels of knowledge and the ability to evolve rapidly and adapt to changing circumstances. Credentials have proliferated to meet the diverse needs of our 21st century knowledge economy, including not only degrees, but also certificates, professional/industry certifications, licensures and badges. More...

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College Graduation Gap Growing Between White and Black Students

https://aceducationblog.files.wordpress.com/2013/09/cropped-higheredtoday_665x135_final.jpegA new report by The Education Trust shows that graduation rates for black students have declined slightly — widening the black-white graduation rate gap to 14.5 points — while graduation rates among white students have improved modestly over the past 10 years. More...

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The Future of the Academic Enterprise

https://aceducationblog.files.wordpress.com/2013/09/cropped-higheredtoday_665x135_final.jpegAcademics often wonder about the future of higher education as technological changes arrive at an increasingly fast rate. More...

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What Does the Higher Education Community Mean for the Black Lives Matter Movement?

https://aceducationblog.files.wordpress.com/2013/09/cropped-higheredtoday_665x135_final.jpegThe sociocultural lines drawn between college and university campuses, the communities within which they reside, and society at large are never brightly drawn. This is most certainly true for the national conversation taking shape on what it means to be Black, brown and poor in America (as well as what it means to be Muslim, gay, an immigrant . . . the list goes on). More...

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Guns on Campus May Change the Nature of the Learning Environment

https://aceducationblog.files.wordpress.com/2013/09/cropped-higheredtoday_665x135_final.jpegThe frantic phone call came in to my office mid-morning from the university’s chief public safety officer. More...

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Faculty Development and Student Success

https://aceducationblog.files.wordpress.com/2013/09/cropped-higheredtoday_665x135_final.jpeg“The results are in, folks. Faculty development does have an incredible effect on student success.”
That takeaway came from Linda Nilson, a panelist on Sunday afternoon’s lively panel on the role faculty development can play in improving student success in higher education. More...

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