Amicus Brief: Supporting Lawsuit in Northern California District Court Against Trump Administration's Proposed H1-B Rule. "ACE Leadership to Transform Its Suite of Leadership Development Programs", "1990s Profile of Students with Disabilities in Higher Education", "What Now for the Office of Minorities in Higher Education? This guide provides practical information about core concepts that undergird enrollment policies associated with student diversity goals that can enhance communications and engagement strategies with faculty, staff, and students. Letter to House Speaker Nancy Pelosi and Minority Leader Kevin McCarthy requesting that any new COVID-19 supplemental funding bill include at least $120 billion for higher education in order to partially mitigate the challenges that students and instit... Letter to House Leaders on Fall COVID-19 Emergency Relief Bill. and foster innovative, high-quality practice. ACE has announced it will add apprenticeships to its already significant learning evaluations portfolio and will work to improve postsecondary and workforce connections for these programs. ACE's CREDIT and Military programs fall under CEAI. A collaboration between ACPE and the American Society of Health-System Pharmacists (ASHP) to promote, assure, and advance the quality of pharmacy technician education and training programs. [1], The current board chair is Barbara R. Snyder, president of Case Western Reserve University (OH). Request to Congress for Emergency Funding for Higher Education. ACE also assisted Senator Daniel Akaka of Hawaii in drafting the Post-9/11 Veterans Educational Assistance Improvements Act of 2010, which amended and improved the 2008 legislation, including benefits for some National Guard service members. The Institute of International Education’s finding of such a steep decline in the number of international students attending U.S. colleges and universities this fall is staggering but, unfortunately, not surprising. Letter to President Trump from ACE and 54 other associations requesting the administration to withdraw the recent executive order titled “Combating Race and Sex Stereotyping,” which has caused enormous confusion on campuses and beyond. ACE and 23 other associations filed this brief in the U.S. District Court for Northern District of California supporting a lawsuit against the departments of Labor and Homeland Security over the proposed H1-B rule announced Oct. 8, 2020. The Center for Internationalization and Global Engagement (CIGE) was created in 2011 to provide data and analysis to institutional leaders, policy makers, and practitioners. The division also provides information on education issues and on ACE's policy positions to the media, the general public, and members of the higher education community. Reopening College Campuses During COVID-19: David Wilson, President of Morgan State University. Episode 32: What Higher Education Can Expect From the Biden Administration. In 1964, U.S. President Lyndon Johnson asked ACE to assist in crafting language and policy for a piece of legislation to expand federal aid to all qualified students seeking higher education, which became the Higher Education Act of 1965. Statement by ACE President Ted Mitchell on Department of Justice's Lawsuit Against Yale University. Over a Decade of Serving Student Veterans at Bunker Hill Community College. Since 1974, our educational portfolio has grown to include 90 countries important to national security, prosperity, and peace. Register Now for Engage Webinars on Preparing Campuses for the Election. Commission on the Education of Women. ACE and 55 other higher education associations have written to Secretary Betsy DeVos to protest the Education Department's investigation of Princeton University for recognizing that racism remains a significant problem in U.S. higher education. ACE and 45 other higher education associations are asking for at least $120 billion in the new measure. In 1927, ACE became the first educational organization to promote standard measures of achievement and potential through psychological exams for high school students and college freshmen.