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The Clinical Coordinating Council: A Competitive Advantage For Your School

By Janet H. Davis MBA, PhD, RN, Dean of Nursing, Violet Schumacher School of Nursing, Northwestern College
Today, schools with allied health programs face increasing competition for student clinical affiliations. The issues schools are currently facing regarding clinical site availability will pale in comparison to the challenges before us.

New, Re-Purposed and Donated Tools and Equipment are Valuable Assets for Preparing Career College Students for the Workplace

The NCLEX-RN: Adapting to the New Exam

Bob Atkins, CEO and Founder of Gray Associates, Kay Lenhart, MSN, CNE, RN-BC (Informatics), Sarah Gabua, DNP, RN, and Kate Eby, MN, APRN, FNP, CNE, Healthcare Partners at Gray Associates.
In April 2013, the new NCLEX-RN® (the standard test required for RN licensure) was launched – and pass rates tumbled by 12 points.

New, Re-Purposed and Donated Tools and Equipment are Valuable Assets for Preparing Career College Students for the Workplace

Old School VS New School: Comparing Admissions’ Interactions With Prospects of Non-Profit & For-Profit Schools

By Martin Lind, Education Vertical Director, Velocify and Gregg Meiklejohn, Co-Founder & CEO, Enrollment Resources A Senate report sent the proprietary school industry reeling in 2012, and created an image problem that the sector has been trying to recover from ever since. But is the stereotype true today?

How to Optimize Enrollment Revenue With Lean Management

Is Our Iceberg Melting? Competency-Based Learning Does Not Have to Disrupt

By Larry Banks, Ph.D., Director, Competency Based Education Services, Wonderlic, Inc. Harvard Business professor and award-winning author on leadership and change, John Kotter tells a story about a penguin colony that lived on the same iceberg for years.

New, Re-Purposed and Donated Tools and Equipment are Valuable Assets for Preparing Career College Students for the Workplace