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The SCHEV blogs are intended to improve communication and collaboration regarding higher education policy in Virginia. At right are the current blogs at SCHEV, we anticipate more will be added as time goes on. Below the blog list is an aggregated list of the most recent posts from all blogs arranged chronologically.

Blogs
Recent Blog Posts - All Blogs
The National Student Clearinghouse has released a new snapshot report showing that nearly half of the students finishing degrees at four-year institutions had at least one prior enrollment at community college somewhere in the nation in the previous 10 years. The data for Virginia show... [More]
At the recent Council meeting I was reminded that some members think the SCHEV Research site might have too many reports available. By week's end though, I had been asked to add another report (the C14 Report) to meet a specific constituent's need. The C14 does not contain new information, i... [More]
On page 17 of the Council's meeting agenda are statewide measures being discussed to track progress toward meeting the goals of the strategic plan. Please consider them in just that context.              [More]
Cedar Reiner of RMC (@creiner) was tweeting about psychology education this morning and I was reminded that it remains just about the most popular major in Virginia for the four-year degree.      As one explores the data, it is interesting to see how many more degrees in gener... [More]
Sometimes, I get the idea that some folk think I am not concerned enough about growing enrollment in order to meet degree attainment goals. Which is true. I’ve never thought enrollment alone is an adequate answer to increasing degree attainment. As I point out endlessly, at least seemi... [More]
I sent the instructions out tonight (Friday 2/20/15) for the enrollment projections and degree estimates. Again, I want to emphasize that these are your projections. They represent the plans, the intentions, of your institution. It will be our job to see how they fit into the needs of the Co... [More]
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