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Four Elements Needed for a Successful Teach-Out

Written by Sara Klein from an interview with Mitchell Fuerst, President, Success Education Colleges
When a college or university closes, teach-outs are often the best option for the students, faculty and taxpayers. Mitchell Fuerst, President of Success Education Colleges (SEC), explains how to effectively implement a teach-out.

Converting the Worst of Times into the Best of Times: Market Research in a Time of Rebirth

Converting the Worst of Times into the Best of Times: Market Research in a Time of Rebirth

Converting the Worst of Times into the Best of Times: Market Research in a Time of Rebirth
By Aaron Edwards, Founder, Edwards Strategies and Dr. Joel English, Vice President for Operations, Centura College, Aviation Institute of Maintenance, and Tidewater Tech A close look at how Centura College collaborated with Edwards Strategies to align its campuses and programs with the market to work towards sustainable success.

Four Elements Needed for a Successful Teach-Out

We Invited Our Marketing Agency to Our Annual Planning. Here’s Why You Should Too.

By Charlie Buehler, Vice President of Marketing, Broadview Education Consortium
Broadview Education Consortium needed to think differently as they prepared for their annual planning meeting. They decided to take the bold step of inviting their outside marketing agency to attend and participate – the result was amazing.

Four Elements Needed for a Successful Teach-Out

Campus Impossible

By Jeff Akens, Divisional Director of Operations, Success Education Colleges
In the Travel Channel’s show “Hotel Impossible,” host Anthony Melchiorri helps inexperienced hotel owners save their struggling properties by improving in five key areas. In Campus Impossible, Jeff Akens will bring his 25 years of operational experience to show how career college campuses can improve by focusing on the same five areas.

Four Elements Needed for a Successful Teach-Out

Emerging Competing Training Models: Opportunities and Challenges for Career Colleges

By Stanley A. Freeman and Sean T. Beller, Education Attorneys, Powers Pyles Sutter & Verville PC, Washington, D.C.
As career colleges innovate and expand their operations in the midst of market disruption, their strategic planning should include a focus on competing business models and the challenges and opportunities that they present. This article discusses some of the steps that colleges are taking to keep current in today’s postsecondary education world.

Four Elements Needed for a Successful Teach-Out