Atlanta, GA — The Southern Regional Education Board today launched the Commission on College Affordability in the South to focus state policies on the goal of affordability for students.
SREB Adds Health Informatics to Advanced Career Offerings
8 Career Pathway Curricula Available to U.S. High Schools
Atlanta, GA — The Southern Regional Education Board has added Health Informatics to the Advanced Career (AC) curricula available to all high schools.
Nation’s Largest Convening of Minority Ph.D. Scholars
Institute on Teaching and Mentoring draws 1,300 doctoral students, faculty members
Atlanta, GA — Almost 1,300 minority doctoral students,
faculty members and education leaders from across the country
convene in Atlanta this week to focus on issues that face
new and aspiring faculty members of color. The goal of the
Institute on Teaching and Mentoring, the largest gathering of
minority Ph.D. scholars in the nation, is to address the
shortage of minority faculty in college classrooms and labs
around the nation.
The Southern Regional Education Board today launched the Commission on College Affordability in the South to focus state policies on the goal of affordability for students.
Colleges in the Three SREB States Expand Online Program Access Through State Authorization Reciprocity Agreements (SARA)
Louisiana, Virginia and West Virginia have been approved by the Southern Regional Education Board as the first SREB region states to become members of the State Authorization Reciprocity Agreements (SARA). Virginia has an effective operational date of today; Louisiana and West Virginia have an effective operational date of December 1, 2014.
Delaware’s colleges will waive application fees for in-state students who apply during the state’s College Application Month, which started this week and runs through Nov. 21.
At a time when questions are being raised about the value and cost of higher education, a new study released today (Oct. 1) suggests that education beyond high school creates an economic impact in West Virginia alone of $4 for every $1 spent.
The study commissioned by the West Virginia Higher Education Policy Commission shows that the economic impact of the 2010 graduating class of the state’s public colleges and university will generate nearly $6 billion in economic impact for the state over a 20-year period – or more than four times the estimated $1.4 billion that was spent from all sources, including $404 million from state appropriations.