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by Tod Massa on Friday, August 26, 2016
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in SCHEV Research Data Blog by Tod Massa 26. August 2016 22:34
1) We have five people thus far volunteering to work on the streamlined enrollment projections task force. They represent W&M, GMU, JMU, RU, and RBC.  Plenty of slots left for those that are interested. I will send an email out this next week. 2) Thank you to those who have complete... [More]
The enrollment projection process we use in Virginia is detailed. And burdensome. So, after talking with some folks here in Richmond we've decided to look into streamlining the submission. There are things about the current process that will have to stay in place, but I feel confident we can... [More]

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in SCHEV Research Data Blog by Tod Massa 12. August 2016 23:35
I was at the SHEEO (State Higher Education Executive Officers) Conference in Pittsburgh, PA part of this week. One of the highlights of the sessions was a presentation by David P Baker on the research in his book, The Schooled Society - The Educational Transformation of Global Culture. I pic... [More]
...I offer this excellent blog post from The Tattooed Professor. Earlier today, a robust debate emerged around an article in the “Academics Anonymous” section of The Guardian‘s “Higher Education Network” and its sweeping denunciation of social media in academe.... [More]
...I offer this excellent blog post from The Tattooed Professor. Earlier today, a robust debate emerged around an article in the “Academics Anonymous” section of The Guardian‘s “Higher Education Network” and its sweeping denunciation of social media in academe.... [More]
Recently I have been asked to look into the estimates of the number of Virginians with "some college, no degree." Periodically, this is a group seen as low-hanging fruit in terms of getting people back to college to finish degrees to increase completion. Five years ago, the estimate was arou... [More]
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