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ACE Launches New Blog: Higher Education Today

September 18, 2013

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​ACE has launched a new blog to kick-start a conversation on the most relevant issues facing higher education and how they play out in the public sphere.

Higher Education Today (HET) features short takes on current news, with longer thought pieces from the Council’s senior leadership planned for upcoming months.

Please bookmark HET and visit us on a regular basis, and let us know what you think in the comments. General feedback may be sent to hena@acenet.edu.

 

 

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