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Credit for Prior Learning
October 9, 2015
The Credential Transparency Initiative is seeking 15-20 four-year colleges and universities from a broad range of institutions to participate in the development of a credential registry and to test related apps.
October 8, 2015
In today’s headlines, the Massachusetts Institute of Technology has announced it will launch a pilot program that will allow students to earn a master’s degree by completing the first semester online and the second on campus. In other news, a new...
Supporting Military-Connected Students
October 7, 2015
Two webinars hosted this fall by ACE’s Veterans’ Programs will provide the opportunity to learn more about preparing veterans for leadership and success in higher education and bridging the civilian-military understanding of military service.
ACE Senior Vice President Terry Hartle was among the witnesses before a House Ways and Means subcommittee hearing on the role federal tax policy plays in controlling college costs.
October 5, 2015
The Policy Trends at Medical Schools and Colleges toolkit, an examination of structural and cultural changes institutions can utilize to better balance professional and personal lives for faculty in academic medicine, is now available.
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