December 30, 1899
We are pleased to present ACE's 2011 Annual Report, which details how, during
a year of nearly unprecedented challenge and opportunity, ACE worked to
lead change on behalf of its nearly 2,000 members nationwide.
ACE 2011 Annual Report
(PDF) 2 MB
December 04, 2013
Today marks an important milestone in the American Council on Education’s (ACE) work to expand the pipeline of post-traditional learners who are prepared for college-level work and equipped to vie in an increasingly competitive global economy for good jobs paying good wages.
Registration is now open for the new GED® test being released Jan. 2, and the MyGED online portal is available to adult learners who wish to register and learn more about the new test and take advantage of the portal’s new cutting-edge resources, GED Testing Service has announced.
In today’s headlines, The Chronicle of Higher Education writes that colleges are ramping up student advising efforts as states tie funding to how well students perform. In other news, the Wall Street Journal reports that the University of Notre Dame has filed a fresh suit against the federal government over contraception requirements in the health-care law, and Inside Higher Ed looks at the delay for the debut of the new SAT test. See these and more stories below.
The first national professional organization representing chief academic officers from all sectors of higher education has launched its website and is welcoming charter members.
December 03, 2013
New report finds student veterans/service members are more likely to be the first in their family to attend college, are older, and are more selective about their campus life and academic activities.