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“It Could Get Ugly . . . ”

Oakland’s School Board Fights to Maintain Reform Momentum While Faced with a Massive Fiscal Crisis
Richard Fossey, Donald R. McAdams, and Dan Katzir

“‘It Could Get Ugly . . . ’ Oakland’s School Board Fights to Maintain Reform Momentum While Faced with a Massive Fiscal Crisis” portrays a district that has been in financial and academic disarray for more than a decade, so much so that bruising audits, state overseers, and near-loss of local governing authority seem de rigueur.

Abbott College (A)

A search is underway for a new president of Abbott, a private, liberal arts college.

Abbott College (B)

Two candidates have strong support: the current vice president of finance, and the dean of the faculty at another college.

Academic Planning at Queens College

Late in 1992, the chancellor's office of the City University of New York releases a cost-reducing plan to consolidate many academic programs on the various CUNY campuses and to create a more centralized CUNY system.

Access or Quality?

Decision Making on Education in Kakuma Refugee Camp, Kenya
Michelle Bellino, Sarah Dryden-Peterson

Set in a refugee camp in Kenya, this case’s protagonist is an education officer struggling to promote educational access and quality for refugee children in an ever-changing organizational setting. 

Adelphi University (A)

Upon arriving as president of Adelphi, Peter Diamandopolous develops an innovative advertising campaign to bring the university national recognition.

Adelphi University (B)

This case updates Adelphi's marketing campaign, and briefly discusses student and faculty reactions to the campaign and admissions procedures at Adelphi.

Alewife Community College

Administrators at Alewife must develop a plan to market the newly-created community college.

Arizona State University

Scaling the New American Research University
Monica Higgins and Nicole Magnuson

This case offers a multifaceted examination of leadership, vision, and scaling for impact within a public higher education institution: Arizona State University (ASU). 

Assessment at Bourn University

Prompted by a negative accreditation report that put the institution on notice as needing to address resistance among faculty and administrators to engage in systematic assessment work, the senior leadership at Bourn University launches an initiative to develop a university-wide integrated assessment program.

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