Looking to expand your knowledge related to accreditation, higher education, program management, or performance management? Every month, we will share a short list of articles or resources from around the web that may be interesting and valuable to NASPAA-accredited programs.
- “Lessons from the Education Department’s Ratings Reversal”, Goldie Blumenstyk, The Chronicle for Higher Education – Moving forward with a ratings system without the ratings, how has the conversation over accountability impacted the future of data-driven accountability in higher education?
- “12 Critical Points of Stakeholder Engagement from the Sweet Briar Experience”, Ruth McCambridge, Nonprofit Quarterly – Stakeholders – alumni, employers – can help shape the future of your program, but only if you give them the opportunity.
- “What do Employers Want”, Margaret Andrews, Inside Higher Ed – The hardest to find, and most desired skills – Communication, leadership, problem solving, and strategic thinking – are well-reflected in the Standard 5.1 Universal Required Competencies.
- “China Signals a Growing Unease With the Influence of American Universities”, Karin Fischer, The Chronicle for Higher Education – How could the draft legislation impact the academic partnerships many universities are making abroad?
- Race, Class, and College Access: Achieving Diversity in a Shifting Legal Landscape, Lorelle L. Espinosa, Matthew N. Gaertner, and Gary Orfield, American Council on Education – a new report examining admissions strategies in higher education and the overall impact of the legal environment.