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.

State and SHEEO Participation in OECD's Feasibility Study This web page provides public access to materials related to U.S. participation in the... Read More
Dr. Ischinger spoke on the challenges for higher education in the transition to a knowledge economy at the Higher Education in Federations Conference... Read More
The Secretary of Education’s Commission on the Future of Higher Education and the subsequent review of federal regulations dealing with... Read More
Letter to the Honorable George Miller, Chairman, and the Honorable Howard “Buck” McKeon, Ranking Member of the Committee on Health, Education, Labor... Read More
Letter to the Honorable Senator Edward M. Kennedy, Chairman, and the Honorable Michael B. Enzi, Ranking Member of the Education & Labor Committee... Read More
Second to None in Attainment, Discovery, and Innovation: The National Agenda for Higher Education The 44th President of the United States will have... Read More
SHEEO's guiding principles and recommendations on teacher and school leader preparation for reauthorization of the Elementary and Secondary Education... Read More
We write on behalf of the association of State Higher Education Executive Officers (SHEEO) to comment on the proposed reauthorization of the... Read More
Thirty Years of Academic Review and Approval by State Postsecondary Coordinating and Governing Boards A survey of the academic program review and... Read More
John Cavanaugh's closing plenary address at the Middle States Commission on Higher Education (December 2011).

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