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Life Post: Educational Privilege in and STEM

This will be a random post, because I need a bit of a mental break. Currently, I am scoring folks who are applying to the post-bac program that I direct. 1,025 more words

General

Cooley Team at ASU GSV Summit 2018

The annual ASU GSV Summit starts on Monday, April 16 in San Diego, CA. The ASU GSV Summit brings together the most impactful people from diverse constituencies – entrepreneurs, business leaders, educators, policymakers, philanthropists and university and district leaders – to create partnerships, explore solutions and shape the future of learning. 140 more words

Edtech

Business Meeting

If you are a full member of the SBL, we’d appreciate your attendance at the Regional Business Meeting next Friday.  Here is the agenda: 2018 Business Meeting agenda

Regional News

Outsourcing From Hell: 5 Ways for MarCom Teams to Get the Best ROI

We’re all familiar with outsourcing. Regardless of what industry you’re in, you’ve probably had some experience with contracting work with an outside group. In marketing, it is common for teams to get assistance from videographers, designers, web developers, etc. 620 more words

Marketing

Preregistration Closes Wednesday

Preregistration for the NE/EC Regional Meeting is about to close!

To preregister, visit the following link before 11:59 PM on Wednesday the 11th:

http://www.eiseverywhere.com/320802?t=0376fbdd7d00368fec819271541c6b55.

Regional News

ACICS Recognition Reinstated

Secretary Betsy DeVos announced earlier today that the US Department of Education has retroactively reinstated the federal recognition of the Accrediting Council for Independent Colleges and Schools as of December 12, 2016, and the accreditor will remain in that status until she can reconsider its prior request for re-recognition. 941 more words

Higher Ed

Howard University President Breaks $1M in Compensation as School Bond Rating Hangs Onto "Investment Grade" by a Thread.

On March 28, 2018, I wrote a post about financial aid theft at Howard University. As a result of an investigation arguably prompted by a student blowing the whistle (and not by findings from regular audit, I might note), six employees were fired. 3,063 more words

Higher Ed