Recently, I read yet another higher education professional’s case for standardized testing, specifically that making such tests free and universal would help level the playing field for low-income and minority students seeking access to top colleges. But while the SAT’s hefty $57 fee contributes to the barriers low-income students face, eliminating it won’t solve the problem. Access to highe...
We are pleased to have a new contract with @DellTech for for #virtualization and #DataCenter modernization solutions. This contract is not only available to our #Midwest region but also to our sister compacts @nebhe @srebeducation @wicheEDU https://bit.ly/2021DellTech
Don't miss out on this opportunity to learn more about @creativecommons. This Thurs (8/5) at 3 CT, @cgreen will share about professional learning opportunities for the #Midwest region and our sister compacts @nebhe @srebeducation @wicheEDU #OpenEducation https://bit.ly/210805CCMHEC
Kudos to @NancyThomasIDHE @tufts on @LuminaFound Grant to Support #HigherEducation’s Role in Preparing Students for an Inclusive Democracy https://www.newswise.com/articles/institute-for-democracy-higher-education-receives-lumina-foundation-grant-to-support-higher-education-s-role-in-preparing-students-for-an-inclusive-democracy#.YQRTac9mgrI.twitter | also note @nebhe #NEJHE https://nebhe.org/journal/reinvigorating-democracy-a-nejhe-qa-with-nancy-thomas-of-tufts/