Student Learning and Accountability

The bottom line for higher education is the acquisition and dissemination of knowledge. Educators increasingly recognize they must hold both students and themselves accountable for learning. Read more about improving college and career readiness in K-12 education, degree qualifications, accreditation and quality assurance, and assessing and improving student learning in post-secondary education.

Findings, Principles, and Recommendations for the State Authorization Reciprocity Agreement (SARA) Commission on Regulation of Postsecondary Distance... Read More
April 2016 Query: Dear SHEEO Academic Officers: Your colleague in Virginia sends this query: The Virginia General Assembly passed a bill this... Read More
November 18, 2011 1. Does your state have in place policies or guidelines that limit the funding of enrollment (FTE funding) or charge higher rates... Read More
September 10, 2014 To Academic Officers: I would like to know whether any states have done studies on students with disabilities' access to... Read More
The departments of Defense, Education, and Veterans Affairs are dedicated to identifying, supporting, and sharing promising strategies for... Read More
What is often viewed as the fairly arcane business of determining and administering higher education policy is a matter of great national interest... Read More
As the need for a highly knowledgeable citizenry grows, fewer Americans are accessing training and education beyond high school. Read entire... Read More
The second SHEEO/Lumina Academy for State Policy Leadership in Higher Education was held in Denver on October 24-25, 2013. Developed by the State... Read More
On July 29, 2013, SHEEO sent the query below to academic officers and state authorization contacts. The Office of the Auditor for the State of Hawai’... Read More
On March 7, 2013, SHEEO sent the following query to SHEEOs and Academic Officers: New Jersey is designing a survey to collect information about its “... Read More