Indeed, Saenz has even taken the charge to Capitol Hill, and he's worked closely with the Institute for Higher Education Policy (IHEP) and the College Board's Policy and Advocacy Center to raise awareness on the issues Latino male students face.
What does TIHEP stand for?
TIHEP stands for The Institute for Higher Education Policy
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Cunningham, vice president of research at the Institute for Higher Education Policy in Washington, D.
The Institute for Higher Education Policy (1999) poses the following additional questions: (a) the effect of online courses to the entire academic program as opposed to individual course outcomes; (b) differences among students such as sex, age, educational experience and motivation; (c) why the drop-out rates are higher in distance learning; (d) the impact of the interaction of multiple technologies; (e) the need for an adequate theoretical framework; (f) the effectiveness of digital libraries; and (g) the different learning styles of students in relation to the different educational technologies.
Members of this group include think-tanks like The Institute for Higher Education Policy, which recently co-published a report pointing out that even Clinton's tax credit is of no help to the people who really need it: low-income kids who can't afford to go to college.
Espinosa is the director of policy and strategic initiatives at the Institute for Higher Education Policy, a Washington, D.