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BEST PRACTICES, Board of Trustees - FAU

BEST PRACTICES, Board of Trustees Presidential Compensation in Higher Education: Policies & Best Practices 687 Association of Governing Boards of Universities and Colleges

Identifying Best Practices in Workforce Development

colleges, and 27 technical colleges) interacts with business and industry. Based on the information gathered from each institution, a synopsis will be presented the Board of Regents.

College Board Research Research Brief April 2016

While inflation In 2015 National Student Clearinghouse data Although community college students college students in 2008 earned a College Board Research

Best Practices in Retention at Community Colleges

at community colleges. The report provides a review of the research literature regarding retention best practices as well as a series of program profiles of exemplary programs.

SACUBO: Best Practices

Best Practices The Best Practices Program showcases the best of college and university business officers' efforts in creating better, more efficient, and customer friendly business practices. Past submissions have showcased a wide variety of unique programs improving the operations of the college campus.

Best Practices for Community-College Boards -

Community colleges have matured and become significantly more complex institutions than they were a decade or two ago. At the same time, the public has increasingly acknowledged the important role ...

Student Affairs Practice in Community Colleges: Learning ...

The goal is to shed light on the on-the-ground work of student affairs practitioners in the community college with the theoretical foundations of our field and the national Completion Agenda through discussions, speakers, and the sharing of best practices.

The Community College Blog: Best practices for student ...

Our experts from the Student Success Collaborative-Navigate share the latest research, strategies, insights, and best practices that community college leaders need to guide more students to completion and foster student success.