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.

Humanity in Our Hands: Educators Embrace Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion

Teletherapy App Provides Students Convenience, Privacy and Choice of Therapist

Written from an interview with Robert M. Keiser, MBA, Executive Director, Southeastern College/Southeastern Institute and Srikanth Santhanam, Senior Vice President, META
In order to combat mental illness among students, faculty and staff, Southeastern College and Southeastern Institute have partnered with the META teletherapy app. The app provides users with convenience and the freedom to choose a mental health therapist who best fits their needs.

Reaching Students in a COVID-19 Focused Learning Environment

Adaptive Learning 3.0: Increasing the Certification Rates of Aviation Maintenance Students Through Online Technologies

By Joel A. English, Vice President, Aviation Institute of Maintenance
The next era of adaptive learning, Adaptive Learning 3.0, leverages AI and machine learning technology to dramatically improve learning and training outcomes and impact organizational bottom lines. This article discovers how this third generation of adaptive learning has helped the nation’s leading aviation maintenance school, Aviation Institute of Maintenance, increase its students’ certification rates, increase in-field graduation rates, and become the nation’s largest provider of certified aircraft mechanics.

Course Materials are Changing: Are You Keeping Up?

The With-it-ness Factor: How to Engage and Motivate the Adult Student

By Steven Roth, Ed.D., Professor, Education and Brian Keintz, Ph.D., Professor, Education, Keiser University Graduate School
The concept of with-it-ness is the teacher’s awareness of what is occurring in the classroom without witnessing the actions taking place (Kounin, 1977). This article discusses how teachers can achieve with-it-ness in the classroom including the ability to manage, control and set the tone for a positive learning setting.

In Tune with the Market: Bellus Academy Creates CBD Curriculum