Read on for this week’s advancement news worldwide, the latest CASE news, trending discussions on CASE communities and content shared by member institutions. Have something to share? Add it in the comments.
International schools reach 8,000 worldwide; China and UAE lead growth—The demand for English-speaking schools is growing, with researchers predicting that the number of these schools will almost double in the next ten years.
Why personalized learning matters to a new generation of college students—Differentiated instruction at U.S. colleges are helping to support students entering college with different skill levels.
With campus racism, how can college presidents get it right?—A look at how administrations can effectively respond to student concerns.
Can better transportation increase diversity on college campuses?—Lower income students can access higher education more easily with transportation options.
CASE News and Resources
- Boost your team members’ confidence with tactics in the latest Advancement Weekly (login required).
- Also in Advancement Weekly: a guide to providing a great reference, and 3 tried-and-true decision-making techniques.
- Review this recap of this week’s #casesmc chat on scaling ideas for small teams.
- On the CASE blog, read three posts on community management inspired by a recent Higher Logic conference:
Trending on CASE Communities
- Drinks at homecoming events
- Social media reporting dashboards
- Renegade Facebook accounts
- Revocable gifts
- Graduation/senior class campaign
What CASE Members Are Sharing
West Chester University’s Golden Rams Marching Band is heading to the Macy’s Thanksgiving Day Parade. Here’s a postcard from their “road to Macy’s.”
Samford University celebrated 100 years of arts on campus with this in-depth video.
This chalkboard video explores RMIT University’s new Future Edge career preparation initiative.
University of British Columbia students will create their own Drake-inspired videos in a student-built replica of the “Hotline Bling” set. Here’s a video from its test run.
Emma Willard School hosted a Harry Potter-themed phonathon that raised $1,165 for the school.