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Career Education Review 2022 Summer Issue

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SJVC CampusNearly 200 Years of Serving Local Communities and Students
​Career Education Schools Celebrate Major Milestones

This year, four career education institutions are celebrating milestone anniversaries and looking back at their growth of offerings, campuses and students since their inception. Combined, these schools have been serving their local communities and students for nearly 200 years.

 

 

West Coast University StaffWomen Making Waves in Higher Education
​By Kelley Blanchard, Executive Vice President, Career Education Colleges and Universities (CECU)

​In a time when female learners dominate the enrollment numbers within postsecondary education, it is inspiring to see how leadership roles within CECU member schools and allied companies have grown to mimic that trend. A great example is the 2022 CECU Board of Directors that includes 10 women, making it the first time in the association’s history that women fill the majority of the seats.
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Mike Rowe With StudentsInside the 2022 Career Education Convention
Mike Rowe on His Love for the Skilled Trades
By Jenny Faubert, Vice President of Communications, Career Education Colleges and Universities (CECU)

With over 750 career education professionals in attendance at the 2022 Career Education Convention, it was a great opportunity for the sector to come together. It is no surprise that Mike Rowe’s keynote session was one of the most popular events. He captivated the audience with stories about starting his career as an opera singer, becoming the “dirtiest man alive,” and his advocacy for the skilled trades.​

Midterm Elections articleMidterm Madness – Key Races to Watch
​By Joanne Zurcher, Vice President of Government Relations, Career Education Colleges and Universities (CECU)

​The midterm elections are happening on November 8, 2022, and there’s a lot riding on the outcome. This year will provide not only a verdict on Joe Biden’s first two years as president, but it could also help determine if Donald Trump has a comeback in 2024. A few key races could decide the results in both the U.S. House and Senate.

 

​Columns

Here We Go Again: The New (Proposed) Title IX Rule
​By Edward Cramp, Partner, Co-Lead Education Practice Group, and Jessica High, Attorney, Duane Morris LLP

U.S. Department of Education Releases Proposed Rule on 90/10 and Other Issues
​By Nicholas Kent, Chief Policy Officer, Career Education Colleges and Universities (CECU)

​U.S. Department of Education Proposes Revised Regulations on Borrower Defense and Other Student Loan Discharge Matters
​By Jonathan D. Tarnow, Partner, and Sarah L. Pheasant, Associate, Faegre Drinker Biddle & Reath LLP

Washington News Brief – April 2022 to August 2022
By Sharon H. Bob, Ph.D., Higher Education Specialist, Powers Pyles Sutter & Verville, PC

 

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