Senior Department Official’s Thoughtful Response to ACICS

By Nicholas Kent, Senior Vice President of Policy and Research, Career Education Colleges and Universities
Kent examines the recommendation from Diane Auer Jones which will undoubtedly inform Secretary DeVos, who will conduct her own independent evaluation of whether ACICS should continue as a federally recognized accreditor.

Christopher Lambert: ACCET Positioned Perfectly for Where Higher Education is Going

How to Handle Student Complaints – Work the Problem, Dig in the Right Place, and Stay on Target

By William R. Bay and Jeffrey R. Fink, Partners, Thompson Coburn LLP
From time to time, career colleges face complaints from their current or former students about all kinds of issues. Here are some practical suggestions for how to handle these complaints.

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

Filling the Education-Healthcare Pipeline – Panel Perspectives at the UMA 360 Degree Summit

By Julene Robinson, Vice Provost of Programs & Academic Affairs, Ultimate Medical Academy
At the recent UMA 360 Summit: Perspectives on Healthcare Innovation, former governor of Massachusetts and Ultimate Medical Academy Executive Chair of the Board of Directors Jane Swift led a panel of local hospital, community, and education experts in a discussion to explore healthcare opportunities and perspectives in an industry experiencing workforce shortages and greater demands from an aging population.

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Insights and Perspectives on Effective Approaches for Recruiting and Engaging High School Students

By Jennifer Paugh, President, MIAT College of Technology - Michigan and John Willis, President, MIAT College of Technology - Texas
Attracting the attention of high school students takes experience, commitment, tenacity, and creativity. Manufacturing Day. Girls in Aviation Day. Careers in Energy Week. These are just a few examples of recent MIAT College of Technology events that proved to be effective opportunities for meeting and interacting with high school students.

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