Access, Diversity, and Completion

The efficiency and effectiveness of America’s colleges and universities has become a major issue for policymakers in this time of constrained resou
More Student Success describes a systemic approach for achieving student success beginning in elementary school and continuing through high school
This paper is one in a series of reports funded by Lumina Foundation.
The National Student Clearinghouse Research Center generates periodic "signature reports" from its database which examine enrollment and completion
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
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Thoughts from SHEEO President Paul Lingenfelter on quality assurance for distance education, including:
Letter to the Honorable George Miller, Chairman, and the Honorable Howard “Buck” McKeon, Ranking Member of the Committee on Health, Educati
Letter to the Honorable Senator Edward M. Kennedy, Chairman, and the Honorable Michael B.
The Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation launched their Reimagining Aid Design and Delivery Project (RADD) in September 2012, awarding grants totaling
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On March 7, 2013, SHEEO sent the following query to SHEEOs and Academic Officers:
On March 27, 2013, SHEEO sent the following query to the SHEEO Academic Officers:
Announcing: New Web-Based Surveys!
The Board of Governors' Annual Accountability Report – Distilled to a 28-page summary of comparative data on more than 40 key metrics, this is a ne
This is a 2009 study conducted by SHEEO that cataloged 59 state-level student unit record (SUR) data systems containing postsecondary data in 44 st
President Obama, philanthropic and policy organizations, and states have set bold goals essentially to double the number of postsecondary degrees a
State policy capacity should be focused on the linkages between higher education and society, and not on the details of institutional management.