Data and Information

Funded by the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation, this meeting gathered together 46 data experts from 28 states.
Challenging Issues Benefit from Collegial Collaboration
Postsecondary Institutional Ratings System (PIRS) Update February 2014
November 30, 2015 Dear Data Staff at SHEEO Agencies: A colleague asks the following questions:
On July 26, 2013, SHEEO sent the following query to its finance officers:
On June 29, 2012, SHEEO staff sent a query to SHEEO Agency data providers with this question:
The State Higher Education Executive Officers Association (SHEEO) announces the release of three reports on effe
Staffing Trends in Public Colleges and Universities: A National Analysis 2001–2009
While state policy leadership for higher education is not universally recognized as a profession, either within states or within higher education,
Over the past four years, with support from the Lumina Foundation, SHEEO staff have been working to develop a broad, up-to-date database of po
SHEEO’s involvement in data issues dates back to its initial contract with the National Center for Education Statistics in 1976, one of the early e
The Board of Governors' Annual Accountability Report – Distilled to a 28-page summary of comparative data on more than 40 key metrics, this is a ne
This report provides background and linkages necessary to bring state-level experience to bear in implementing the Student Right-to-Know Act, parti
This is a 2009 study conducted by SHEEO that cataloged 59 state-level student unit record (SUR) data systems containing postsecondary data in 44 st
A 2012 study conducted by SHEEO that updates Strong Foundations: The State of State Postsecondary Data Systems (2010), de
President Obama, philanthropic and policy organizations, and states have set bold goals essentially to double the number of postsecondary degrees a
A rapidly changing global economy, shifting demographics, and concerns about our ability to maintain a competitive workforce have focused national
"The Knowledge Economy Has Arrived:  Now what do we do?" as presented by Paul E.

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