December 30, 1899
ACE’s Center for Policy Research and Strategy (CPRS) provides thought leadership at the intersection of public policy and institutional strategy. The Center provides senior college leaders and public policymakers with an evidence base to responsibly promote emergent practices in higher education with an emphasis on long-term and systemic solutions for an evolving higher education landscape and changing American demographic.
CPRS produces papers, issue briefs, and convenings that provide stakeholders with acute insight, rigorous analysis, and on-the-ground application. CPRS organizes its research around three forward-looking themes to help frame strong analysis, foster productive dialogue and inform good decision-making. These broad themes are:
April 22, 2019
Presidential candidate Elizabeth Warren has announced a $1.25 trillion plan to reshape higher education by canceling most student loan debt and eliminating tuition at every public college . . . NPR reports on Congress’ renewed interest in...
Articulating Global Strategy
Colleges and universities ready to transform their campuses’ approaches to global education should apply now for the 17th cohort of ACE’s Internationalization Laboratory. Selected participants will begin 20 months of work in August 2019.
April 17, 2019
Campus leaders to discuss how to communicate the long-term benefits of higher education to individuals and our wider society at the ACE West Summer Summit, June 6-7 in Portland, Oregon. Partial scholarships are available.
A new ACE brief finds investing in student mental health makes good academic and economic sense. Just how much those investments pay off can be measured using a new online tool created with the Healthy Minds Network.
April 15, 2019
ACE is among the organizations supporting the newly introduced Senator Paul Simon Study Abroad Program Act, which creates a competitive grant program for higher education institutions to expand study abroad opportunities for American college...
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