November 10, 2004
This publication describes the major characteristics of American higher education and important issues that challenge it, linking back as appropriate to essential philosophical underpinnings of American higher education history.
An Overview of Higher Education in the United States: Diversity, Access, and the Role of the Marketplace
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March 15, 2016
Can higher education provide leadership on the pressing issues of inclusion that our institutions and nation face today? Yes, but only if these issues receive the focused attention they deserve by college and university leaders.
March 14, 2016
The report finds that financial decision making is best guided through business model approaches that prioritize data transparency, providing stakeholders a look into the connections between expenses, revenues and education outcomes.
January 11, 2016
A Question of Competency; See What Happens; More to Come; Breaking It Down
September 17, 2015
Everyone agrees that the United States must significantly ramp up the proportion of students who graduate from college—the only question is how. A look at best practices and promising solutions.
Attainment isn’t something that just happens on a stage with gowns and embossed pieces of paper. It’s made out of individual one-on-one intensive academic counseling sessions. It’s built out of summer days spent acclimating to the rigor of postsecondary academic work. It’s about enrolling a diverse class of young students from a wide variety of backgrounds and making it our priority to support them every step of the way to graduation day.