New England Commission on the Future of Higher Education in Prison

The Commission is a unique interstate collaboration composed of New England’s foremost leaders in higher education, corrections, legislation, business, and policy. Members share a commitment to expanding effective postsecondary prison education programming to meet the region’s workforce needs and improve the re-entry process for justice-impacted individuals.

Reparative Justice

NEBHE is committed to promoting reparative justice as a path to faculty equity that centers Black, Indigenous, People of Color (BIPOC) faculty in New England.

Tracking Coronavirus

Stay updated about the effects of COVID-19 on New England’s higher education landscape.

More than 2,500 undergraduate and graduate degree programs and certificates are offered through the Tuition Break by New England’s public community colleges and universities.

Policy Spotlight

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The New England Journal of Higher Education

NEJHE offers cutting-edge commentary and analysis about New England higher education and its relationship to the economy and quality of life.

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The New England Journal of Higher Education

December 13, 2022

This New Age

Every reader of this journal is being affected by the highly exceptional historical phenomenon we are all experiencing: an age of total transformation, of paradigm-shifts in virtually every field of...
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December 13, 2022

Clean Campus: Tackling Accessibility, Deferred Maintenance and Carbon Neutrality Through Renovations

Over the past decades, universities have been at the forefront of establishing ambitious goals for decarbonizing campuses. While there are many variables in how to advance energy efficiency in the...
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December 6, 2022

The Long Road to Educational Equality for Boston Students

Boston has had an extraordinarily long and tumultuous history as a fulcrum of the fight for the equal education of Black people. Black Bostonians began petitioning the Massachusetts Legislature for...
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