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Quality Assurance and Improvement in Higher Education: The Role of the States
(Lumina Foundation, 2019-05-21)
States play a fundamental role in higher education, protecting both the investment of state dollars and their citizens as their consumers. Despite this central responsibility, many states struggle with how they might help ...
Multiple Measures for College Readiness
(Education Commission of the States, 2015-02-09)
This report reviews the multiple measures to assess a student’s college readiness, provides a deeper look at competency-based assessments and offers policy considerations for state and system leaders.
Funding Socioeconomic Diversity at High Performing Colleges and Universities
(American Talent Initiative, 2017-02-15)
At America’s 270 four-year public and private not-for-profit colleges and universities with graduation rates consistently above 70 percent, only 22 percent of students received Pell grants in academic year 2013-2014. By ...
Bobbing for Bad Apples: Accreditation, Quantitative Performance Measures, and the Identification of Low-Performing Colleges
(Center for Education Policy Analysis (CEPA), 2018-08-01)
Recent trends in higher education have increased interest in improving accountability in U.S. higher education beyond current accreditation practices. Using a unique dataset of accreditation actions, the authors examine ...
The Learner Revolution: How Colleges Can Thrive in a New Skills and Competencies Marketplace
(Education Design Lab, 2019-03-14)
Higher education is in the throes of a learner revolution that will fundamentally change the way students and institutions interact. Work-relevant skills and competencies should be at the center of institutional leaders’ ...