August 8, 2011
More about the 2011 Utah System of Higher Education Efficiency Report
A report released by the Office of the Commissioner of Higher Education illustrates how Utah’s knack for “industry” exists in higher education as the Utah System of Higher Education (USHE) has been identified as one of the most efficient systems in the nation in generating degrees for the dollars spent. This 24-page report unveiled by Commissioner Bill Sederburg at a recent State Board of Regents meeting at Utah State University details how USHE institutions are able to maintain a high quality of education while “doing more with less.” This has led the National Center for Higher Education Management Systems (NCHEMS) to conclude that Utah is third in the country for efficiency in higher education.
An interview this morning on KUSA radio in Price, Utah with Efficiency Report analyst/author Carson Howell gives more insight into how USHE came to be one of the most efficient systems in the country:
Carson Howell Effeciency study by hbraithwaite
To download a .pdf of the entire 2011 Efficiency Report, click here.Posted by: psilberman