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Market-centered SEM

Posted on August 23 2016

Institutional decision-making needs to be made in the context of a school’s external environment—the higher education marketplace—not solely based on the internal hopes, needs and... Read More

by Wendy Kilgore, AACRAO Director of Research and Managing Consultant The understanding of the importance of access to and use of data for enrollment management efforts has been around for a ... Read More

In remembrance of Frederick E. Lockyear

Posted on August 23 2016

Frederick E. Lockyear passed away on July 29, after a prolonged battle with Parkinson's. Fred was 76 and will long be remembered for his contributions to the field of international educati... Read More

In March of this year, UNESCO International Institute for Educational Planning (IIEP) and the International Quality Group of the US Council for Higher Education Accreditation (CHEA/CIQG) ... Read More

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ACT Scores Drop as More Take Test

Posted on August 24 2016

Average ACT scores are down this year. ACT officials attribute the drop to the increasing percentage of high school seniors who have taken the test. The average composite score for those who gradu... Read More

When the lunch bell rings at Cape Cod Academy, students line up for a weekly treat — food from Great House, a local Chinese restaurant. At first glance, the piles of fried rice and barbecue ... Read More

Disagreement over the legality of the 2011 guidance that spurred the U.S. Education Department's toughened enforcement of campus sexual assault has been building in recent months, wit... Read More

Thousands of student-loan borrowers will receive refunds from Wells Fargo after the government hit the bank with $4 million in penalties for charging illegal fees, misrepresenting payments and fail... Read More

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Oklahoma Wesleyan University on Monday joined a lawsuit challenging the legality of the Obama administration's 2011 Title IX guidance, reported The Chronicle of Higher Education. The guidance,... Read More

The U.S. Department of Education released details this week of a pilot program that will allow some institutions to require loan counseling for student borrowers, reports The Chronicle of Higher Ed... Read More

The U.S. Department of Education has partnered with eight colleges that have teamed with companies to run computer coding boot camps or online courses under a pilot program that allows students to ... Read More

The U.S. Department of Education on Thursday denied a request by a Utah-based for-profit college chain to obtain nonprofit status under federal law, The Washington Post reported. The move is a sign... Read More

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