Monthly Archives: February 2011

Has your unit budgeted for the costs of complying with the 2010 Federal Regulations on State Approval of Out-of-State Providers?

I will admit up front that these new regulations, which emerged from the rule-making process for the reauthorization of the Higher Education Act, caught me completely unawares. Pat Book, past UPCEA president and Assistant Vice President at the University of … Continue reading

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College for All?

This recent piece from the Center for American Progress is very interesting and something to watch: http://www.americanprogress.org/issues/2011/02/college_for_all.html. This suggests that there may be three approaches to addressing student readiness for college (College for All, College for Some, and Middle Ground) … Continue reading

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It’s my job to be better than the rest…. Jimmy Buffet from It’s My Job

Sometimes I read something and it just strikes me, “this is really important — and what are the implications for what we do in Outreach and Engagement?” Two of these were op-ed pieces written several months apart. One of those … Continue reading

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