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Fri
Jun
10
Writing on the Wisconsin Center for the Advancement of Postsecondary Education’s blog, Noel Radomski explains that state agencies have until the fall to submit their biennial budget requests to the Department of Administration. However, Gov. Scott Walker, Radomski points out, has already “introduced the issue of future funding for the UW System." Radomski is director and associate researcher of WISCAPE, which is housed within the School of Education.
Mon
Jun
06
UW-Madison’s Nicholas Hillman co-authored a recent blog post headlined, “The Accountability Movement, College Choice and the Importance of Place.” In it, Hillman and co-author Jonathan Turk write that "efforts to provide students and families with new and meaningful data to inform college choice are admirable. However, if policymakers want to improve postsecondary attainment levels and strengthen institutions, simply trying to nudge students to make ‘better choices’ about where to attend is not sufficient." Hillman is an associate professor with the School of Education’s Department of Educational Leadership and Policy Analysis.
Fri
Jun
03
WISCAPE affiliate Jennifer Delaney was quoted in a MinnPost article about ​a proposed $2,000 non-resident tuition increase at the University of Minnesota.
Fri
Jun
03
WISCAPE Director Noel Radomski was quoted in ​a Capital Times article discussing shortcomings in UW-Madison’s PEOPLE program.
Fri
May
27
A new article by UW-Madison’s Nicholas Hillman is critical of policies that link state funding of public higher education to certain performance measures. The report, released by The Century Foundation earlier this week, is titled “Why Performance-Based College Funding Doesn’t Work.” More than two-thirds of states are either developing or using some sort of performance-based funding for public colleges and universities, with performance being tracked in areas such as graduation rates and degree production numbers. But Hillman argues this way of distributing funding is rarely effective.
Tue
May
17
Noel Radomski, director and associate researcher of the Wisconsin Center for the Advancement of Postsecondary Education (WISCAPE), was quoted in the GW Hatchet, George Washington University’s student newspaper, about the university’s decision to add a job position focused on student retention and graduation.
Tue
May
17
Video from Rachelle Winkle-Wagner’s recent talk, “Affirmative Action Under Fire: Discourse on the Texas Top Ten Percent Plan,” organized by the Wisconsin Center for the Advancement of Postsecondary Education (WISCAPE), is now available on the WISCAPE YouTube channel.
Tue
May
17
The Atlantic recently posted an interesting article headlined, “Bringing college to students who can’t leave home: More people are earning degrees from far-away schools through regional campuses.” The report then cites a paper published earlier this year by UW-Madison's Nick Hillman and Taylor Weichman. Hillman, who is also quoted in The Atlantic report, is a faculty member with the Department of Educational Leadership and Policy Analysis, and Weichman is a Ph.D. candidate with ELPA.
Wed
May
04
WISCAPE Director Noel Radomski noted that “chaos and uncertainty” will really begin as UW starts toward the 2017-19 biennial budget in a Badger Herald article about the impact of state budget cuts on ​the UW System.
Fri
Apr
29
Kathy Cramer, a political science professor and director of the Morgridge Center for Public Service, was interviewed by Wisconsin Eye about her book, "The Politics of Resentment​: Rural Consciousness in Wisconsin and the Rise of Scott Walker," which was published by The University of Chicago Press in April.
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