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This interactive infographic dives into explanations of the market factors increasing families’ price sensitivity, discussion of related implications for enrollment outcomes, data from national surveys regarding considerations that most powerfully influence students’ choice of school, examples of the nine steps in action, and guidance on their implementation.
Concurrent teaching is one of the hardest hybrid instructional models to master. Many concurrent teachers struggle to give sufficient attention to remote students and over-rely on lecture-style teaching, which is detrimental to student outcomes. Watch this video to learn four concurrent teaching strategies that you can use right away to move beyond whole-group instruction and provide the targeted support students need to succeed.
As leaders of economic growth and social reform within their locality, institutions must turn innate economic activity into strategic initiatives and audit intentional economic development programs to ensure inclusivity, accessibility, and equity. Read this insight for four strategies to support economic justice at your institution
Most teachers struggle to transition to an A/B model of instruction, with many completely overhauling lessons and schedules from scratch. Watch this video to learn four steps to highly-effective A/B teaching that you can use to deepen learning and student engagement in the A/B hybrid classroom.
EAB has identified five quality strategies to guide teachers in their virtual and hybrid classrooms.
Leaders at K-12 school districts—who already battle public scrutiny and decision fatigue—are forced to rethink their operating models amid the pandemic and can’t afford to make uninformed choices. Access our checklists with key leadership decisions and evidence-based recommendations for virtual, in-person, and hybrid school districts.
As college and university presidents and chiefs of staff continue to lead through crisis in 2021 and beyond, they must lock in practices from the pandemic that will sustain their institutions for the long-term.
Chief diversity officers (CDOs) carry the monumental responsibility of creating meaningful and sustained structural and cultural change at an institution. For CDOs to be effective, they must have direct access to executive leadership, a scaffold of institutional supports, and appropriate staff and financial resources.
See three principles to consider when developing new programs or reformatting existing programs to appeal to today’s professionals.
The Executive Dean of UofM Global shares lessons learned from building and sustaining corporate partnerships with FedEx and more.