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Planning for Higher Education Journal

Georgia’s Higher Education Initiatives Focus on GraduationLocked

From Volume 41 Number 4 | July–September 2013
All our initiatives are working in one direction; they are focused on increasing graduation numbers.
Planning for Higher Education Journal

Connecting Your Institution’s Achievements to Demonstrate a Culture of ComplianceLocked

From Volume 41 Number 3 | March–May 2013
Achieving the goals of a strategic plan will provide an institution with directly correlated evidence of compliance.
Planning for Higher Education Journal

The Future of AccreditationLocked

From Volume 40 Number 3 | April–June 2012
Can the collegial model flourish in the context of the government's assertiveness and the impact of nationalization and technology? How?
Planning for Higher Education Journal

Accreditation and the Public InterestLocked

Can Accreditors Continue to Play a Central Role in Public Policy?
From Volume 40 Number 3 | April–June 2012
Either we recognize the pressures for change and develop clear, significant, and meaningful responses or we wait for policy makers.
Planning for Higher Education Journal

What’s an Accrediting Agency Supposed to Do?Locked

Institutional Quality and Improvement vs. Regulatory Compliance
From Volume 40 Number 3 | April–June 2012
Do everything possible to let others know that we are open to discussion and that we do not believe that everything we do is perfect the way it is.
Planning for Higher Education Journal

AQIP and AccreditationLocked

Improving Quality and Performance
From Volume 40 Number 3 | April–June 2012
Merely getting reaccredited is hardly a mark of distinction for well-operated colleges and universities.
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Show Me the LearningLocked

Value, Accreditation, and the Quality of the Degree
From Volume 40 Number 3 | April–June 2012
Higher education now has both tools and frameworks for organizing and connecting teaching and learning in a meaningful way.
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Introduction to Themed PHE Issue on Accreditation in Higher EducationLocked

From Volume 40 Number 3 | April–June 2012
The changing role of the federal government in regulating how colleges and universities transparently demonstrate student learning outcomes is the reason for this themed issue of Planning.
Planning for Higher Education Journal

Redesigning Regional AccreditationLocked

The Impact on Institutional Planning
From Volume 38 Number 4 | July–September 2010
Regional accrediting bodies continue to sharpen their focus on student learning, with implications for planners.
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Planning and Assessment in Higher EducationLocked

Demonstrating Institutional Effectiveness
From Volume 38 Number 2 | January–March 2010
Planning for Higher Education Journal

Higher Education Community Engagement and AccreditationLocked

Activating Engagement through Innovative Accreditation Strategies
From Volume 37 Number 3 | April–June 2009
The authors studied two very different public institutions and share the benefits they see in linking accreditation with an institutional commitment to student engagement.
Planning for Higher Education Journal

Closing the LoopLocked

Linking Planning and Assessment
From Volume 37 Number 3 | April–June 2009
What can be done about the disconnect on most campuses between planning processes and assessment processes?
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