Admissions 2020 and Beyond

By Dr. Jean Norris, Managing Partner/CEO, Norton Norris, Inc.
This article examines the preferences of consumers and how other industries have adapted to realize greater success and client satisfaction. Reducing “friction” in the recruitment process and changing the value proposition in admissions are two areas that are explored in-depth.

A New Strategic Approach to Coaching is Helping Admissions Teams Overcome Post-Pandemic Challenges

U.S. Department of Education Releases State Authorization, Notice and Disclosure, and Institutional Eligibility Regulations

By Roger Swartzwelder, Shareholder and Member of the Education Practice Group, Maynard Cooper
On Nov. 1, 2019, the U.S. Department of Education (“Department”) published final regulations amending several Title IV regulations addressing institutional eligibility and operations. These new regulations are effective July 1, 2020. The Secretary of Education (“Secretary”), however, designated certain sections for early implementation on or after Nov. 1, 2019, as detailed in this article.

Negotiated Rulemaking Committee on Affordability and Student Loans – Session One

Ten Traits of a Highly Effective Instructor

By P. Michael Lanouette, Ph.D., Regional Director of Operations, Centura College/Tidewater Tech/AIM
Highly effective instructors are one of the critical components in creating and maintaining a highly effective school. The traits defined in this article were developed after watching hundreds of instructors across the country and matching them to quantifiable effectiveness.

In Tune with the Market: Bellus Academy Creates CBD Curriculum

Department of Education’s New Accreditation Rule Encourages Competition Among Agencies

By Katherine Demedis, Associate, Education Group at Powers
The new regulations change the basic eligibility requirements for accrediting agencies seeking recognition, which currently include: 1) Federal link, 2) Geographic scope, 3) Accrediting experience, and 4) Acceptance by others. In general, the changes make it easier for new accrediting agencies to become recognized, thereby potentially increasing competition among agencies.

Negotiated Rulemaking Committee on Affordability and Student Loans – Session One

The Valley College Student Life Cycle

By Richard Lombardo, Ph.D., Vice-President of Education and Development, Valley College
The Valley College Student Life Cycle has been designed to bring a balanced, comprehensive, and personalized approach to students by breaking down silos and creating a defined and transparent educational journey that is fully synthesized with our Career Services team to ensure that we not only fulfill the educational needs of our students but also, properly prepare our students to enter their chosen industry where they can bring sustainable value to that industry for years to come.

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