Student Learning and Accountability

The bottom line for higher education is the acquisition and dissemination of knowledge. Educators increasingly recognize they must hold both students and themselves accountable for learning. Read more about improving college and career readiness in K-12 education, degree qualifications, accreditation and quality assurance, and assessing and improving student learning in post-secondary education.

John Cavanaugh's presentation from the 2012 SHEEO Annual Meeting in Seattle, WA.
Speakers: Stephen J. Jordan, President, Metropolitan State University of Denver Jeffrey M. Stanley, Senior Associate, HCM Strategists Responder:... Read More
The first SHEEO/Lumina Academy for State Policy Leadership in Higher Education was held in Chicago on August 6-7, 2012. Developed by the State Higher... Read More
While state policy leadership for higher education is not universally recognized as a profession, either within states or within higher education,... Read More
Making America No. 1: State progress toward the 2020 goal (audio) Introduction: Mayor Rahm Emanuel, City of Chicago Speaker: The Honorable Arne... Read More
From the 2012 SHEEO Higher Education Policy Conference Click here for an audio recording of this session. Click below for PowerPoint.
In light of PISA’s multi-nation assessment of learning at the15-year-old level, the Organization of Economic Cooperation and Development (OECD)... Read More
The national agenda to significantly improve completion rates can benefit from rigorous analysis and clear understanding of student attrition by... Read More
The NCHEMS website has proven to be a valuable resource for SHEEO agency staff concerned with how their state is doing in... Read More