Category Archives: Higher Education Policy Reform

Fighting the affordability crisis

January 8, 2014

Capella’s President Scott Kinney wrote a powerful article in the Hechinger Report today on how innovation in higher education can help make college more affordable. To address this national crisis, we must support innovation in higher ed. By re-thinking how … Continue reading

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2013 – Year in Review

December 30, 2013

2013 was an important year for Capella and competency-based education. In March, the U.S. Department of Education invited higher education institutions to submit programs for consideration under Title IV federal financial aid that did not rely on seat time. The … Continue reading

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“Shaking up” how we offer higher education

July 25, 2013

Few would argue that our higher education system needs to evolve to become more affordable for students. But the question is:  how do we do that without sacrificing educational quality? In a speech yesterday, President Obama stressed the need to … Continue reading

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Big comparable data is higher education’s friend

July 18, 2013

Big data is higher education’s friend … as long as we use that data to report on metrics related to the issues that matter most for student success. With a better system in place, policymakers will be able to assess … Continue reading

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Capella Partners to Increase Data Transparency

July 12, 2013

This week, Capella was mentioned in the Chronicle of Higher Education and Inside Higher Ed for our collaboration with a Gates Foundation sponsored initiative to create a framework for measuring an institution’s performance through a new set of measures. Good … Continue reading

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