AAC&U President Carol Geary Schneider on how both our economy and our democracy depend on a liberal education.
A new report this week from the Council of Independent Colleges shows that small and mid-size private colleges–often left out of the conversation on higher education access and attainment–enroll a higher proportion of first-generation and low-income students than do public and private research universities.
In order for the United States to have a truly world-class higher education system, colleges and universities must be globally engaged and prepare students to be citizens of a multicultural community both at home and in a globalized world. Institutions accomplish this by having a multi-dimensional, comprehensive strategy that includes internationalization at home and engagement …
From the 2015 edition of Lumina Foundation’s report, A Stronger Nation Through Higher Education:
This video accompanies ACE’s newly released paper, “Revisiting Apprenticeships,” which explores how an ancient concept is becoming a hot topic in American higher education.
Louis Soares, vice president for ACE’s Center for Policy Research and Strategy, moderates a discussion between Sheryll Cashin and Cheryl Crazy Bull during the first ACE Annual Meeting Ideas Forum.
Data from a January 2014 ACE survey of U.S. institutions illustrate key issues and challenges institutions face when implementing international joint and dual degree programs.
Nobel Prize-winning economist and New York Times columnist Paul Krugman talks with Catharine Hill, president of Vassar College (NY), about “Income Inequality in Higher Education.” ACE President Molly Corbett Broad moderates the session, which took place at ACE’s 97th Annual Meeting March 16.