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Not enough professional development dollars to go around? Cost of conferences getting too expensive? Not enough time for you to research all the trainings available?
We all know that professional development is a tremendous learning tool that impacts employee satisfaction and retention, so why doesn’t every organization have a professional development program and why doesn’t every employee take advantage of professional development opportunities? What do you need and want from a professional development program? We want to hear from you!
We all have them. We all say them. We sometimes know what they stand for… but do our students?
Acronyms – An 8-letter word that has hundreds, thousands, millions of iterations, and heavily relied on in higher education. We have the FAFSA, FERPA, and FOIPOP. FOIPOP? Yes, FOIPOP! CLEP, PSEO, and ESOL. Let’s be honest, half the time we can’t keep our acronyms straight, so how can we expect our students to understand them?
Just The Facts! 10 Disability Facts To Inform Future Enrollment
Data from federal agencies supports what many post-secondary institutions have suspected – the number of students enrolling who can benefit from disability services is increasing. Institutions who are designing and implementing strategic enrollment plans will want to consider the impact of increases in enrollment from persons with disabilities. Given information from Veterans Affairs and the Department of Education, institutions have an opportunity to adjust services to meet the needs of students with disabilities while increasing diversity on campus.