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The William and Flora Hewlett Foundation renews its support for the four regional higher education compacts’ joint effort to provide policy leaders, institutional leaders and practitioners with research and tools to support the use of openly licensed materials.

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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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We support innovation, engage conversation and drive change by working with New England’s higher education stakeholders in public and private education, government and business.

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The New England Journal of Higher Education

January 16, 2021

Roots of the Current Crises (Hate to Say I Told You So)

Something inside me keeps saying: I told you something like this would happen. After 50 years studying opportunity for higher education, I am somewhat comfortable (and very uncomfortable too) saying the issues I have sought to address and warned about underlie the current political chaos. Our failures to address them (and I include higher education...
January 12, 2021

Revisiting the U.S. Market for International Students

In the past few months, a plethora of reports have documented the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic on global business, and these are generally not something to be happy about. As expected, the international education sector has not been spared. Because of border closures and stringent travel protocols implemented by many countries, international enrollment numbers...
January 6, 2021

Practitioner Perspectives: Q&A on Open Education with Plymouth State U Accessibility Expert Hannah Davidson

In the following Q&A, NEBHE’s Fellow for Open Education Lindsey Gumb talks with Hannah Davidson, accessibility specialist at Plymouth State University and member of NEBHE’s OER (Open Educational Resources) Advisory Board, about redefining accessibility in Open Education. Gumb: You’ve spoken about reconsidering the definition of “access” in Open Education. Can you elaborate on that? Davidson:...


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