07 septembre 2016

Disrupting the Bachelor’s Degree

https://aceducationblog.files.wordpress.com/2013/09/cropped-higheredtoday_665x135_final.jpegIt was 2001, and Florida had a serious higher education capacity problem. One major indicator: the state hired 32,000 new teachers, but its colleges and universities combined to graduate 3,200 students with bachelor’s degrees in education that year and only about 1,600 of them actually went on to teach. More...

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Internationalizing Student Learning “Because the Country Needs It”

https://aceducationblog.files.wordpress.com/2013/09/cropped-higheredtoday_665x135_final.jpegPresidents of three ACE member institutions outlined their efforts to reformulate global learning to reach more students and make students’ own diverse cultural backgrounds part of the learning journey, during ACE2016 on Monday. More...

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Evolving Higher Education Business Models

https://aceducationblog.files.wordpress.com/2013/09/cropped-higheredtoday_665x135_final.jpegAs resources for higher education are decreasing and the pressure to keep tuition low is increasing, colleges and universities are looking for ways to spend more efficiently and effectively. More...

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Creating U.S. Higher Education Partnerships with Chinese Institutions

https://aceducationblog.files.wordpress.com/2013/09/cropped-higheredtoday_665x135_final.jpegA session at ACE2016 focused on how to create and sustain lasting higher education partnerships between U.S. and Chinese institutions. More...

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ACE, Banco Santander-Universia Launch Observatory for U.S.-Mexico Higher Education

https://aceducationblog.files.wordpress.com/2013/09/cropped-higheredtoday_665x135_final.jpegACE’s Center for Internationalization and Global Engagement and Banco Santander-Universia announced the launch of a new Observatory for U.S.-Mexico Higher Education during a dinner sponsored by Banco Santander-Universia for some 40 presidents from Mexico who are attending ACE2016. More...

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Mastering the Art of Teaching

https://aceducationblog.files.wordpress.com/2013/09/cropped-higheredtoday_665x135_final.jpegYears ago, when I was still in my 20s and a graduate student in linguistics at the City University of New York, I decided it was time to embark on the journey of what I pictured would be my life’s career: teaching post-secondary students and making a name for myself as a researcher (who was well published!) in the academy. More...

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Racial Climate on Campus: A Survey of College Presidents

https://aceducationblog.files.wordpress.com/2013/09/cropped-higheredtoday_665x135_final.jpegLorelle Espinosa, Hollie Chessman and Lindsay Wayt of ACE’s Center for Policy Research and Strategy on how presidents have responded to recent student protests and demands for campus diversity and inclusion, the latest post in a series. More...

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College Completion on the Rise for Low-Income Students

https://aceducationblog.files.wordpress.com/2013/09/cropped-higheredtoday_665x135_final.jpegA new Center for American Progress analysis of College Scorecard data shows college completion is on the rise, perhaps most notably for low-income students. More...

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Student Activism and Social Change on Campus Before the 1960s

https://aceducationblog.files.wordpress.com/2013/09/cropped-higheredtoday_665x135_final.jpegLinks between the broader social context of what is happening off campus and students’ on-campus activism have long been a means for students to personalize, contextualize and make sense of what it means to pursue social change. Below are selected examples of these connections from Colonial times through the 1950s. More...

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Dispatches From Riyadh

https://aceducationblog.files.wordpress.com/2013/09/cropped-higheredtoday_665x135_final.jpegACE Leadership Vice President Lynn M. Gangone writes about her journey to Saudi Arabia, where she is participating in the first Women’s Leadership Forum sponsored by Academic Leadership Center, part of the Ministry of Education and housed at King Fahd University of Petroleum and Minerals. More...

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