Graduation Attainment Efficiency . Ralph V. Rogers, Ph.D. Vice Chancellor for Academic Affairs Purdue University Calumet Hammond, IN. Accountability.
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Ralph V. Rogers, Ph.D.
Vice Chancellor for Academic Affairs
Purdue University Calumet
“Increasing productivity in higher education will depend in part on building strong accountability systems that move away from the ones primarily in use today, which tend to emphasize inputs over outcomes and the collection and reporting of data as opposed to using the information in decision-making. Revamping states’ higher education accountability systems should focus on increasing the use of performance and outcome metrics and then using those metrics to make and evaluate policy decisions, particularly in areas such as budgeting, funding, and regulation.”
Complete to Compete
From Information to Action: Revamping Higher Education Accountability Systems.
2010-2011 Nation Governors Association Chair’s Initiative
Number Graduates in a year__X4 = DAE
Full time equivalent (FTE)
5000 FTE, 1000 graduates in a year
(1000/5000) X 4 = 80% DAE
Multiply by 2 for associate degrees