Planning, Coordination, and Governance
Accountability for Better Results: A National Imperative for Higher Education
The “Great Recession” of 2009 has brought an unprecedented level of financial chaos to public higher education in America.
En Route to Seamless Statewide Education Data Systems: Addressing Five Cross-Cutting Concerns
During the past five years a series of national commissions and study panels have addressed the issues facing higher education.
In a move that will help transform the delivery of distance learning, a diverse group of higher education and state leaders, accreditors, and regul
Remarks from Arthur F. Quern, chairman of the Illinois Board of Higher Education, at the 41st SHEEO Annual Meeting.
Good Policy, Good Practice II: Improving Outcomes and Productivity in Higher Education: A Guide for Policymakers
This new edition of Good Policy, Good Practice II revises and updates the 2007 publication.
Good Policy, Good Practice: Improving Outcomes and Productivity in Higher Education: A Guide for Policymakers
Part I of Good Policy, Good Practice offers examples of strategies, programs, and practices that our research fi nds can raise educational producti
Tom Boland’s talk on the goals and strategies for higher education in Irel
Leadership Seminar 2012 - Working With Boards and With Business and Civic Leaders: Board Development Checklist
From the 2012 Leadership Seminar in Seattle
Leadership Seminar 2012 - Working with the aspirations, needs, and personalities of institutional presidents
From the 2012 SHEEO Leadership Seminar in Seattle.
This paper discusses the three methods (federal, state, and tribal) through which an institution can obtain degree-granting authority in the United
New Hampshire Department of Education Appoints Dr. Edward R. MacKay New Director of the Division of Higher Education-Higher Education Commission
State of New Hampshire Department of Education
Oregon's ambitious 40-40-20 goals: 40 percent of the adult population with a 4-year or more degree, 40 percent with a 2 year credential, with the r
The SHEEO Peer Collaboration Network (PCN) is a framework for members and their staff colleagues to work together as a community to share insights
John Dale Russell convened the first meeting of the association of state higher education executives in 1954 in
Roles and Responsibilities in Student Learning and Accreditation: Views from the State Higher Education Executive Officers
The Secretary of Education’s Commission on the Future of Higher Education and the subsequent review of fed
May 17, 2016 Dear SHEEO Members, Per your colleague in South Carolina: