Category Archives: ACE

A New Year, a New Administration, a New Higher Education Act Reauthorization?

Earlier this year, Sen. Ben Sasse of Nebraska called this election a “dumpster fire.” We were reminded of this insight by Terry Hartle (Senior Vice President, Division of Government and Public Affairs of the American Council on Education) at last week’s Presidents’ Forum. Hoping to raise the level of dialogue beyond that surrounding a dumpster […]

Connected Credentials and the Value of Competencies

We’re happy to welcome Deb Everhart, Georgetown University, back to the Frontiers blog.  Today Deb is sharing work she did with ACE on connected credentials and the value of competencies.  Our own Mike Abbiatti worked on this with her and we are so excited to share the story with you.  Also, don’t miss our April […]

EQUIP: Ed Department Seeks Experimental College-Provider Financial Aid Partnerships

Students at “non-traditional providers” of postsecondary education will have a chance to earn federal financial aid through experimental partnerships recently announced by the U.S. Department of Education. To participate, providers are expected to partner with “traditional” institutions that currently offer federal aid. If you are interested, you should consider participating. The Rise of the “Non-traditional […]