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4 million grant from the nonprofit USA Funds to the Indiana Commission for Higher Education will connect nearly 2,500 college freshmen at Indiana State University, IUPUI and Ivy Tech Community College with a trained coach.
According to sources, the four bills -- National Accreditation Regulatory Authority ( NARA) Bill, Educational Tribunal Bill, National Commission for Higher Education and Research ( NCHER) Bill and Malpractice in Higher Education Bill -- are being opposed on the ground that such legislations will infringe on the federal structure of governance of education.
To help states build capacity and incorporate information from beyond their borders, the Western Interstate Commission for Higher Education (WICHE) has received a $1.
In another decade, the cycle will go bust again (Western Interstate Commission for Higher Education [WICHE], 1998).
The number of high school graduates will soar in the 21st century, according to a new demographic study by the Western Interstate Commission for Higher Education (WICHE).
He was also the Governor's appointee to chair the Colorado Higher Education Competitive Research Authority and as a Commissioner on the Western Interstate Commission for Higher Education.
WCET, the Western Interstate Commission for Higher Education Cooperative for Educational Technologies (www.
Participating in a discussion on higher education reforms at the India Economic Summit, he said the government would introduce a bill for setting up the National Commission for Higher Education and Research ( NCHER).