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.

"Why SHEEO Supports the Common Core State Standards" as presented by Paul E. Lingenfelter at the American Association of State Colleges and... Read More
Complete College America was created in 2009 to work with states to significantly increase the number of Americans with quality career... Read More
The completion agenda, aimed at increasing the number of Americans with career certificates or college degrees, and closing attainment gaps for... Read More
The Institute for Higher Education Policy’s Win-Win initiative identified students from over 60 community colleges across nine states who... Read More
The Irish and U.S. Higher Education Roundtable The University of Pennsylvania Executive Doctoral Program, Class of 2013 December 2012 In July 2012... Read More
A vital new role to reach a shared goal (audio)
A discussion of Oregon’s student success initiative, “Quality, Progression, and Completion in a Fiscally Sustainable Manner." Collaboration is the... Read More
From the 2012 SHEEO Annual Meeting in Seattle

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