2030: The Last Classroom in AmericaHank Dunn and Rick Smyre
As educational leaders, trustees must help prepare their institutions for transformative change.
7 Strategies for Trustees in the Age of AnalyticsMark David Milliron and Linda Baer
Data-literate community college boards have the power to transform institutions.
A Five-Year Financial Planning ModelStephen C. Head
At Lone Star College, a ‘living document’ of institutional finances helps the board set priorities and explore ‘what-if’ scenarios.
California’s BaccalaureateConstance M. Carroll and Pamela T. Luster
How the state’s community colleges overcame challenges through effective advocacy.
Common Core Standards for College and Career ReadinessPaul E. Lingenfelter
A Leadership Opportunity for Community College Trustees
Core Values for Changing CampusesDawn Lindsay
The 2015 Charles Kennedy Equity Awardee talks about the importance of inclusivity and diversity on campus.
Digital Transformation for TrusteesKeith Myers
Boards can serve as ‘mission-focused advisors’ as their institutions modernize technology.
Does Your Technology Help or Hurt Your CollegeDigi Edwards
From your college website to student services, technology can make students’ lives easier — or scare them away. Either way, it’s not optional.
Driving Change Through the Audit CommitteeJoseph Sunbury and Allison Stephens
To improve fiduciary oversight, the Nevada System of Higher Education strengthened relationships and connected the dots.
Effective OnboardingErvin V. Griffin, Sr.
How Halifax Community College Trustees Helped Ensure A Smooth Presidential Transition.