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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.

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As you read through the text note such items as: Necessary and sufficient for the fall enrollment, 12-month enrollment, completions, student financial aid and net price, graduation rates, student charges portions of IPEDS  Dollar amount and number of students receiving Federal, State,... [More]

Holiday Migration

in SCHEV Research Data Blog by Tod Massa 21. November 2014 23:01
Over the next weeks, we will be migrating one server and eliminating five. The migration is the hard job because it involves migrating five websites, including the institutional portals. As we do this, there will be some modest changes as the migration also represents the first of several st... [More]
There are times I wonder what we could uncover if we collected a more complex student record. I read essays like this one on helicopter parents and How the Baby Boomers Ruined Parenting Forever and I want to measure something related. Anything. When people write about helicopter parents I am... [More]
We are still seeing the thinking and fallout about USED publishing the to the rules on Gainful Employment.  Matt Reed at "Confessions of a Community College Dean" over on InsideHigherEd had a nice essay. Two comments in particular caught my eye. The first is important reminder for those... [More]
The big news is the release this week of 945 pages of rule-making for Gainful Employment. The reviews are kind of mixed as there is something for most everyone to hate. An estimated 1,400 programs would fail under the gainful employment regime, 99 percent of them at for-profits. In... [More]
How does academic fraud of the type that occurred at UNC Chapel Hill go on so long? InsideHigherEd and the Chronicle of Higher Education have both covered it. My first thought was to wonder what we can see in our data. In the E20 Report we have published the number of registrations... [More]
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