Finance and Productivity

Education pays, but it also costs. Widespread attainment takes both adequate funding and the productive use of money. Read more about state funding, tuition and fees, student financial aid, degree productivity, and staffing trends.

Over the past four years, with support from the Lumina Foundation, SHEEO staff have been working to develop a broad, up-to-date database of ... Read More
Dr. Ischinger spoke on the challenges for higher education in the transition to a knowledge economy at the Higher Education in Federations... Read More
Letter to the Honorable George Miller, Chairman, and the Honorable Howard “Buck” McKeon, Ranking Member of the Committee on Health, Education, Labor... Read More
Letter to the Honorable Senator Edward M. Kennedy, Chairman, and the Honorable Michael B. Enzi, Ranking Member of the Education & Labor... Read More
Second to None in Attainment, Discovery, and Innovation: The National Agenda for Higher Education The 44th President of the United States will have... Read More
The purpose of this letter from Secretary Ochoa is "To provide institutions and Federal Family Education Loan (FFEL) program participants with... Read More
More Student Success describes a systemic approach for achieving student success beginning in elementary school and continuing through high school... Read More
State Budgeting for Higher Education in the United States as Reported for FY 2007 Higher education budgeting practices in the United States are... Read More
The international imperative for postsecondary education is growing, and the push for state and national action is acute. To remain globally... Read More
Since the current economic recession began, the national dialogue on degree production and accountability has accelerated. The conversation is... Read More

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