Kansas Regents Review Options to Cut Duplicate Majors Across System

A Topeka Capital-Journal article by Rafael Garcia reported recommendations from the rpk Group’s review of the Board of Regents analysis and approval of programs at the six state universities. The Regents currently review programs on an institutional basis without looking at the System as a whole.

While stating that their review of the System’s collective academic portfolio should not be interpreted as a recommendation to cut specific programs, the rpk Group categorized the System’s 688 total programs into three groups. Only 110 programs or 16 percent demonstrated above average enrollment, program growth, and completions. There were 401 programs or 58 percent that were grouped into a category that should be “adjusted” to achieve better enrollment and graduation rates. The final category consisted of 177 programs (26 percent) that should be “reviewed and monitored” with clear expectations for enrollments and completions.

Everything You Need to Know About Peripheral Angioplasty

What Is Peripheral Angioplasty? Preparing for The Procedure Procedure Post-Procedure Care Results of the Procedure

Peripheral Angioplasty artery disease, or PAD, is a condition characterized by decreased blood flow to parts of your body, such as your arms and legs. It is often caused by a buildup of plaque in your arteries, which makes the blood vessels too narrow to allow proper blood flow. If not treated by an expert like Dr. Daljit Muttiana, PAD can starve your tissues of healing cells, nutrients, and oxygen. This can cause tissue death (gangrene), arterial ulcers, and even amputation. Fortunately, a medical procedure called peripheral artery angioplasty can be used to improve PAD symptoms. Let’s take a closer look at it.

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Just How To Remain Safe With Online Dating Sites

Just How To Remain Safe With Online Dating Sites

Not just is internet dating predominant and rapidly growing, however it is also easier and efficient than conventional dating. Nevertheless the outcomes is going to be certainly gratifying in the event that you proceed with the easy rules of common sense and stay confident regarding the project success. When working with online dating sites services, the consumer has to be cautious whilst not to ever fall under the traps of on line unlawful activities.

Favorite Geogebra Activities for Algebra

Favorite Geogebra Activities for Algebra

Last year I wrote a blog post about using Geogebra in the classroom and shared some activities that I had used with students during distance learning. See that post here.  Well even though we are back in the classroom, I am still using Geogebra in class to help students focus on the important concepts easily.

21 Top Professional Development Topics For Teachers Now

This summer, educators need to get some rest so that we can be our best. However, our professional accreditation requirements are still on track and need to be renewed, as we have to learn and up our abilities for the fall. As I look ahead to this summer and listen to educators, here are 21 hot topics that I think we should consider including in our summer PD. They fit into the categories of SEL, digital instruction, engagement/management, and leadership. 


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Siddaramaiah accuses Karnataka govt of being hand-in-glove with private schools – education

Former Chief Minister Siddaramaiah on Sunday accused the BJP government in Karnataka of being ‘hand-in-glove’ with private educational institutions which were allegedly overcharging students. In a series of tweets, the Congress leader slammed Chief Minister B S Yediyurappa and Primary and Secondary Education Minister S Suresh Kumar for allegedly not having control over private education institutions. He alleged that schools were forcing parents to pay full school fees and threatening to stop online classes if they did not comply with it and said the government was silent on the issue. “Schools are charging even extra curricular fees on top of teaching fees. This is an additional burden on parents. The @BJP4Karnataka is hand in gloves with the institutions,” Siddaramaiah, who is Leader of Opposition in the state Assembly tweeted.