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The Office of Institutional Research & Planning (IRP) will be in attendance at SAIR 2023 which will be held October 14-17, 2023, in Point Clear, Alabama. This is the 50th conference of the Southern Association for Institutional Research (SAIR), and several IRP staff will be giving presentations:
The Office of Institutional Research & Planning (IRP) was in attendance at interactUSG 2023, a University System of Georgia conference for business and technology professionals from the 26 USG institutions and affiliated industry partners. This year's conference was hosted at the Savannah Convention Center in Savannah, Georgia, September 13-15, 2023. Three members of IRP's staff gave presentations:
The National Association of State Budget Officers (NASBO) released a semi-annual report analyzing the fiscal condition of the states, including summary tables of general fund revenues, expenditures, and balances. This spring edition provides an overview of governors' budget proposals. Among the key takeaways for Fiscal 2022:
For six years New America has been collecting data on Americans’ views about higher education for its Varying Degrees survey. Surprisingly, despite significant social, cultural, political, and economic changes, there was remarkably little change in views on the value and opportunities provided by higher education. One area that did change was the perception of online education.
MDRC published a policy brief titled Under Audit: Equity Audits in State Higher Education Finance in June 2022. This brief discusses the potential use of equity audits to identify and address inequities in the distribution of state funds to public institutions of higher learning. Community colleges and other broad access public institutions disproportionately enroll students from underserved populations and rely more heavily on state funds.