June 19, 2012
Resolution passed by the ACE Board of Directors, June 19, 2012. The resolution endorses the Guidelines for Assessment and Accountability in Higher Education as presented by the New Leadership Alliance for Student Learning and Accountability.
ACE Resolution on the Guidelines for Assessment and Accountability in Higher Education
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July 19, 2018
President Donald Trump plans to sign an executive order on Thursday aimed at spurring new investments for training current and future American workers to help them secure jobs domestically . . . A handful of college presidents have decided to make the unusual move from a liberal arts college to a professionally oriented institution, writes Inside Higher Ed . . . The Los Angeles Times reports that University of California regents this week will vote on the first tuition decrease in nearly 20 years . . . A new private two-year college will open its doors on the west side of Chicago this fall with the goal of preparing Latino students with limited English and no high school diploma for middle-income positions . . . Bruce D. Benson, president of the University of Colorado system, will retire in July 2019 after serving the system for 10 years.
July 18, 2018
As part of its work across many educational sectors, ACE’s Center for Education Attainment and Innovation has been collaborating with state institutions and systems across the country to expand flexible pathways for students through credit for prior learning options.
July 16, 2018
ACE is teaming up with Credential Engine to bring you a free two-part webinar series in July focusing on transparency and understanding the credentials landscape.
July 11, 2018
As the July 16 deadline to apply for the 16th cohort of the Internationalization Laboratory nears, campus leaders not ready to commit may be wondering: Are there other resources to help jumpstart internationalization? CIGE's Internationalization Toolkit could be your answer.
July 05, 2018
The Trump administration has rescinded a number of Obama-era guidance documents that outlined how colleges can consider race as a factor in admissions, a move ACE President Ted Mitchell said sent “precisely the wrong message to institutions that are committed to following four decades of Supreme Court precedent.”