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English: We do Think Online Education is Here to Stay in Some Fashion

Interview with Joel English, Executive Vice President, Centura College, Aviation Institute of Maintenance and Tidewater Tech
English believes online education is here to stay in some fashion. The faculty and students are interested and would like it. However, for skilled trades programs, students needed to get back on campus to do the hands-on activities. By creating a social distance plan and following CDC guidelines, small groups of students are back on campus.

Schools Facing Financial Difficulties Should Know the ABC Process is an Alternative to Bankruptcy

Schools Share Their Strategies, Plans to Reopen After Pandemic

Written from interviews with career education leaders
Career Education Review talked to seven school leaders with various programs and facilities scattered throughout the nation to gain their perspectives on the reopening process and to share their suggestions on how to keep faculty, staff, students and others safe as schools move to again start on-campus instruction.

Schools Facing Financial Difficulties Should Know the ABC Process is an Alternative to Bankruptcy

Reopening MIAT College Campuses with Compliance, Care, and Compassion

By Jennifer Paugh, President and John Willis, President, MIAT College of Technology
Although the reality of this COVID-19 pandemic has hit MIAT College of Technology and peers extremely hard, MIAT is adapting quickly and moving forward while complying with local, state, and federal guidelines.

Schools Facing Financial Difficulties Should Know the ABC Process is an Alternative to Bankruptcy

Déjà vu for Career Colleges – Proactively Preparing for the Attack!

Interview with Vince Norton and Jean Norris, Norton Norris, Inc.
The perfect storm was already brewing with ideological battles over the tax status of a career college, a focus on questionable marketing and recruitment practices, battles over 90/10, VA benefits, borrower defense to repayment and more. Let’s talk about how a career college can proactively prepare to avoid the scrutiny that is sure to come.

Schools Facing Financial Difficulties Should Know the ABC Process is an Alternative to Bankruptcy

15 Ideas to Help You Recruit, Enroll, Educate and Place Generation Z

By Theresa Miulli, Consultant and Keynote Speaker, T.M. Speaks
As we turn into 2020, a new generation is emerging into our classrooms, Generation Z. Miulli writes about some need to know things concerning Generation Z, and how you can adapt to reach them in the admissions process, education space, and even in placement initiatives.

Schools Facing Financial Difficulties Should Know the ABC Process is an Alternative to Bankruptcy

Managing the Move – Keeping a Deal and School Operations on Track

By LeeAnn Rohmann, President/CEO, Legacy Education, LLC, Scott Haid, Partner, Weworski & Associates and Ron Holt, Lawyer, Rouse Frets White Goss Gentile & Rhodes
For the school owner who begins to contemplate an exit, the adventure begins with the effort to identify possible scenarios. Given what is at stake, it is more than worth it for sellers to put in the time and cost for advance preparation and planning.

Schools Facing Financial Difficulties Should Know the ABC Process is an Alternative to Bankruptcy