Bologa: A Continuous Drive to be Innovative Makes us Successful

Interview with James (Jim) A. Bologa, President and Chief Executive Officer, Porter and Chester Institute and YTI Career Institute
Constantly looking at and implementing new technologies are one way Porter and Chester remains successful, according to James (Jim) A. Bologa, President and Chief Executive Officer, Porter and Chester Institute and YTI Career Institute.

Palmieri: We Need to get our Elected Representatives into our Schools

Process-Based Curriculum Development

By Ruth Reynard, Ph.D., Director of Curriculum and Instructional Design, AHED
This article discusses the complex aspects of effective curriculum design and development within a process-based framework. Of specific interest is the importance of the various participant’s in the process.

Pima Medical Institute and East Valley Institute of Technology (EVIT) Create a Collaborative Partnership that Benefits Phoenix Area High School Students

Bouncing Forward: A Study of Career Colleges and their Resilience

By Dr. Kathryn Fox Frisbie, Vice President, MMI Consulting/MMI Placement Verification
This research measured the organizational resilience of 65 independent career colleges to determine if resilience was linked to the enrollment fluctuations common in this sector from 2010 through 2012. Actionable recommendations are provided for college leaders to build up their resilience.

No More Square Pegs in Round Holes: Eduventures’ Adult Learner Mindsets

Getting Your College Admissions Team to the Championship – Part 2

By Tom King, Director, Admissions Performance Institute, Enrollment Resources
Part 1, covered how to build and train the right team. The next step is creating a winning game plan. We start by first understanding what Key Performance Indicators (KPI) that admissions are centered around.

Ultimate Medical Academy’s First Virtual Career Fair Will Build on the Success of UMA’s Recent Virtual Open Houses

Cambria-Rowe Business College – More Than Just Another School Closing!

By Dennis Spisak, President, DJSpisak Consulting
The closing of Cambria-Rowe Business College hit Dennis Spisak especially hard for a number of reasons. Spisak’s association with Cambria-Rowe, located in his hometown, started early in life. Little did he know that he would one day have a close working relationship and friendship with the owners of Cambria-Rowe.

PROSPER Act Return of Title IV Policy: Et tu, Brute?