Terri Taylor Straut

Clearing Misconceptions in Distance Ed Enrollments by Sector: IPEDS Reality Check

This is the fourth in a series of posts providing insight on data regarding enrollments in distance education that was released by the U.S. Department of Education earlier this year.  This blog focuses on sector analysis which revealed considerable differences among, public, private non-profit and private for-profit institutions.

Colleges Crossing Borders-Counts and State Authorization: IPEDS Reality Check

This is the third in a series of posts providing insight on data regarding enrollments in distance education that was released by the U.S. Department of Education earlier this year. This blog focuses on institutions reporting students outside their state or outside the U.S. and related state authorization policy implications.

IPEDS Fall 2013: Less than Half of Fully Distant Students Come from Other State

This series of blog posts based on IPEDS Fall 2013 Distance Education data examines three different aspects of the IPEDS distance education enrollments: 1) overall distance education enrollments in 2013, 2) comparisons of the 2012 to 2013 data, and 3) the data on serving students in other states and the implications on state authorizations. This blog post is focused on the data regarding serving students in other states and the implications on state authorization.

IPEDS Fall 2013: Distance Education Data Reveals More Than Overall Flat Growth

This series of blog posts based on IPEDS Fall 2013 Distance Education data examines three different aspects of the IPEDS distance education enrollments: 1) overall distance education enrollments in 2013, 2) comparisons of the 2012 to 2013 data, and 3) the data on serving students in other states and the implications on state authorizations. This blog post is focused on the comparisons of 2012 to 2013 data.

IPEDS Fall 2013: Higher Ed Sectors Vary Greatly in Distance Ed Enrollments

This series of blog posts based on IPEDS Fall 2013 Distance Education data examines three different aspects of the IPEDS distance education enrollments: 1) overall distance education enrollments in 2013, 2) comparisons of the 2012 to 2013 data, and 3) the data on serving students in other states and the implications on state authorizations. This blog post is focused on overall distance education enrollments.