Why Inclusive Access Makes Sense Now More Than Ever

By Michelle Leontis, Vice President of Product Management, Ambassador Education Solutions
Students’ primary course material concerns focus on affordability and accessibility. As a result, schools, publishers and course materials providers are coming together to deliver Inclusive Access programs that ease costs and complexities.

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

Managing Employees Through Unemployment, Layoff and Furloughs

By Erica Brune, President, Lever1
What are the differences between unemployment, layoff and furlough and what is best for my company? Lever1’s seasoned HR Director walks through the best course of action to avoid discrimination pitfalls when selecting employees for reduction of work as well as how to manage their unemployment claims and health coverage.

ESOP – What Owners Need to Know

Transitioning and Training Ground Students to Become Exceptional Online Students

By Richard Lombardo, Ph.D., Vice-President of Education and Development, Valley College
In an effort to explore how postsecondary institutions can help students transition from on-ground to distance education, this paper will explore several topics including student struggles, student services, and best practice.

Efficient Transitioning to an Online Delivery Method

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.

Lincoln Educational Services Team Rallies Together to Continue Delivering Education to Students

Does Your Institution “Act CAREfully” When it Comes to Accounting, Recording Keeping and Documentation of Federal Funds?

By Michael T. Wherry, CPA, and Dave McClintock, CPA, McClintock & Associates
With the U.S. Department of Education and the Small Business Administration disbursing unprecedented amounts of emergency relief with so little specific guidance, now is the time for institutions to carefully vet their accounting, record keeping and documentation processes.

Is Your Institution Financially Ready for the New Lease Standard?