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Passionate Leader is Remembered by Career Education Community: RIP Scott Rhude, 1963 – 2015

On May 17, 2015, Scott Rhude passed away. In recognition of his dedication to higher education we celebrate his life. The following are comments from members of the career education community. 

Leading During Difficult Times
By David J. Pauldine, Pauldine Enterprises, LLC

Pauldine, looks at smart steps to leading during a turnaround period, which he calls ten tasks of leaders during difficult times. 

Association of Proprietary Colleges (APC) Opinion Summary with Impacts
By Nick Falvo, Legislative Counsel, Akerman LLP

Judge Lewis Kaplan of the Southern District of New York, denied the Association of Proprietary Colleges (APC) motion for summary judgment. The following is a summary of the ruling and its impact. 

A New Look at Big Data in EDU
By Jennifer Flood, President, IntegriShield

Big data is the thing that will keep schools in the “game” of an ever-increasingly competitive space. Flood, explores new methods for tracking the student lifecycle and reveals what works and what does not. 

Quality, Accountability and Action – Part 1
By Linda Baer, Ph.D.; Copyright 2015; reprinted by permission of ACICS

Provided by ACICS, the following is an analytic review of the nexus between various forces changing higher education – demographics, economics, globalization, technology and politics – and the implications for evaluating education quality, transparency and accountability. 

New Midwest Advocacy Network Aims to Promote Interests, Successes of Private Schools
Written by Barbara A. Schmitz from an interview with Jeri Prochaska and Tom Netting, Co-Executive Directors, CSPEN

Prochaska and Netting created CSPEN, based in Wisconsin, Minnesota, Iowa, Illinois and Michigan, out of concerns that media were only reporting negative things about the sector.  


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