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All Learning Counts – Implementers’ Meeting

Thanks to everyone who joined our All Learning Counts – Implementers’ Meeting webinar on Thursday, October 15, 2020. Here is a video of the complete webinar:  Every year, millions of New Englanders gain college-level knowledge and skills outside of traditional learning environments – while on the job, in the military, or through workforce training programs…. Read more »

Learning from Everywhere

Millions of Americans are blocked from achieving their economic, social and civic potential by an education system that fails to capture and recognize their knowledge, skills and abilities. At the heart of this systemic obstruction of opportunity lies our failure to understand and value personal learning. Using the life stories of personal learners, Stories from… Read more »

I’m Worried … Higher Education Isn’t Focused at all on COVID-19’s Psychological Toll

The number of articles on the impact of the coronavirus on higher education is growing by the minute. That’s understandable and necessary. The spread of this virus (which happens easily in a campus setting) raises critical questions about what educational institutions can and should do in light of the now spreading COVID-19 virus. And the… Read more »

Baby Talk: Children’s Savings Accounts Mark New Frontier in Paying for College

There is a growing national conversation about the role of Children’s Savings Accounts (CSAs) in building assets and creating opportunities for the next generation of students—and New England is right in the middle of it. In many respects, New England is leading the way. Through the support of the Federal Reserve Bank of Boston’s Regional… Read more »

Fall 2005 CONNECTION: 50 Years of New England Higher Education and Economic Development

BOSTON— The Fall 2005 issue of Connection: The Journal of the New England Board of Higher Education marks NEBHE’s 50th anniversary with an exclusive interview with historian David Halberstam and a major timeline tracing half a century of events in New England education and economic and civic life. In addition, former University of Maine System… Read more »