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.

On May 9, 2013, SHEEO sent the query below to state authorization contacts throughout the U.S. The Education Management Corporation (EDMC, http://www... Read More
On August 18, 2013, SHEEO sent the following query to its finance officers: Do your public state higher education institutions offer Competency-... Read More
On March 27, 2013, SHEEO sent the following query to the SHEEO Academic Officers: Context: The Valor Act was recently passed in Massachusetts. Among... Read More
You’ve heard, no doubt, that history rarely repeats itself, but it often rhymes. My assignment today is to talk about present and future challenges,... Read More
In a move that will help transform the delivery of distance learning, a diverse group of higher education and state leaders, accreditors, and... Read More
Thoughts from SHEEO President Paul Lingenfelter on quality assurance for distance education, including: Why do we need the states to be involved in... Read More
"Probing Policy Resistance to Liberal Education:  Why the Chasm? Can it Be Bridged? And Who Loses if We Miss?" as presented by Paul E.... Read More
"The Knowledge Economy Has Arrived:  Now what do we do?" as presented by Paul E. Lingenfelter at the Society for College and University Planning... Read More
Opening Comments in Conversation with Gene Wilhoit, Executive Director, Council of Chief State School Officers at the Joint CCSSO/SHEEO Meeting on... Read More
"Why SHEEO Supports the Common Core State Standards" as presented by Paul E. Lingenfelter at the American Association of State Colleges and... Read More