Academic Policy and Quality Assurance
The national agenda to significantly improve completion rates can benefit from rigorous analysis and clear understanding of student attrition
The Massachusetts Department of Higher Education has developed a plan for learning outcomes assessment for the Massachusetts system of public
What is often viewed as the fairly arcane business of determining and administering higher education policy is a matter of great national i
A policy brief from the American Council on Education, Achieve, and the State Higher Education Executive O
This paper discusses the three methods (federal, state, and tribal) through which an institution can obtain degree-granting authority in the United
More Student Success describes a systemic approach for achieving student success beginning in elementary school and continuing through high school
This paper is one in a series of reports funded by Lumina Foundation.
Second to None in Attainment, Discovery, and Innovation: The National Agenda for Higher Education
A Breakthrough Opportunity: The Next Four Years for Higher Education in the United States: An open letter to the 2012 presidential candidat
Oregon's ambitious 40-40-20 goals: 40 percent of the adult population with a 4-year or more degree, 40 percent with a 2 year credential, with the r
Quality Assurance for Distance Education: Thoughts from SHEEO President Paul Lingenfelter (August 2011)
Thoughts from SHEEO President Paul Lingenfelter on quality assurance for distance education, including:
Letter to the Honorable George Miller, Chairman, and the Honorable Howard “Buck” McKeon, Ranking Member of the Committee on Health, Educati
Letter to the Honorable Senator Edward M. Kennedy, Chairman, and the Honorable Michael B.
As the need for a highly knowledgeable citizenry grows, fewer Americans are accessing training and education beyond high school.
Roles and Responsibilities in Student Learning and Accreditation: Views from the State Higher Education Executive Officers
The Secretary of Education’s Commission on the Future of Higher Education and the subsequent review of fed
We write on behalf of the association of State Higher Education Executive Officers (SHEEO) to comment on the proposed reauthorization of the E
Higher education leaders and faculty from nine states and nearly 50 colleges and universities will work togethe