ason Altmire talks to Lindsay Daugherty, a senior policy researcher at the RAND Corporation, about the value of stackable credentials. They discuss which fields offer the greatest opportunities for increased earnings through stackable credentials.
Jason Altmire discusses Georgia's pressing manufacturing workforce shortage with Stephanie Scearce, Director of Workforce Development at the Georgia Association of Manufacturers (GAM).
YouScience uses a unique approach to help students connect to future careers by understanding their natural aptitudes and aligning them with educational pathways
Jason Altmire and Cheryl Oldham, Vice President of Education Policy at the U.S. Chamber of Commerce, explore the critical issue of workforce shortages in America through the Chamber’s America Works Initiative.
Jason Altmire speaks to Trace Urdan, Managing Director at Tyton Partners, about the challenges facing higher education, including school closures and consolidations, the rising costs of college, and insight into online program management.
Host Jason Altmire speaks with Jennifer Maher, the executive director of the TechForce Foundation, about their commitment to helping individuals find career education opportunities.
Guest Dr. Van Davis shares his research with host Jason Altmire. Dr. Davis explains how colleges are using AI, as well as the benefits and challenges of incorporating AI.
In this episode, Dr. Jason Altmire speaks with Dr. Barbara Mistick about working toward equity and navigating complicated regulatory, funding, and policy issues in higher education.
In this episode, Dr. Jason Altmire speaks with economist Dr. Beth Akers about the value of a college degree, the ramifications of student loan forgiveness policies, and the role of data in higher education accountability.
Dr. Jason Altmire speaks with Van Ton-Quinlivan, CEO of Futuro Health, about tackling the workforce shortage by providing a consortium of education partners and offering a human touch healthcare program, making healthcare careers accessible to a broa
Dr. Jason Altmire speaks with Justin Draeger, President and CEO of the National Association of Student Financial Aid Administrators (NASFAA), about financial aid reform and the onslaught of borrower defense claims.
In this episode, Dr. Jason Altmire speaks with Dr. Timothy Renick, the Executive Director of the National Institute for Student Success (NISS) at Georgia State University, to discuss how higher education institutions can implement strategies to get s
In this episode, Dr. Jason Altmire speaks with Martha Snyder, a former senior policy advisor at the U.S. Department of Education under President George W. Bush. The discussion delves into the history and evolution of state funding for community colle
In this episode, Dr. Altmire talks with Bianca Quilantan of Politico about Governor DeSantis' education philosophies, exploring his focus on both K-12 and higher education. They delve into the influence of his policies on faculty and administrators
Dr. Jason Altmire and Dr. Leah Matthews, the Executive Director of the Distance Education Accrediting Commission. Together, they discuss the evolution, challenges, and promising future of distance education in higher learning.
Cyber threats loom over every aspect of our lives, but higher education is especially vulnerable. Dr. Jason Altmire talks with Dr. Ted Reynolds about the rise of ransomware attacks in universities and businesses and how school administrators, faculty
In this episode, Dr. Jason Altmire and Jason Delisle of the Urban Institute delve into the concerns and challenges surrounding the proposed gainful employment rule.
Dr. Jason Altmire speaks with Jonathan Helwink, a former senior official at the U.S. Department of Education, about some of the more alarming aspects of the new borrower defense to repayment rule that will impact all higher education institutions.
Dr. Jason Altmire talks with Marc Goldwein, the Senior Vice President and Senior Policy Director at the Committee for a Responsible Federal Budget, about the impact of student debt cancellation and the repayment pause.
In this episode, Dr. Jason Altmire talks with Julie Peller of Higher Learning Advocates about accountability, ROI in higher education, and the future of the for-profit sector.
In this episode, Dr. Jason Altmire talks with Rich Thau of Engagious about how the use of dial testing focus groups and in-depth interviews can help create a message that resonates with your audience.
Dr. Jason Altmire talks with Dr. Cynthia Jackson-Hammond, President of the Council for Higher Education Accreditation (CHEA), about the role of accrediting organizations in the higher education ecosystem.
In this episode, Dr. Jason Altmire has a fascinating discussion with Senior Research Scholar Dr. Davis Jenkins about the role of community colleges in providing value and return on investment for students.
In this episode, Dr. Jason Altmire and veteran journalist Paul Fain explore the importance of the short-term Pell Grant for students, as well as the debate about whether students attending for-profit schools should be eligible for the grant.
In this episode, Dr. Jason Altmire speaks to Dr. Robert Lerman, a leading expert in apprenticeships, about the challenges of the American apprenticeship system.
In this episode, Dr. Jason Altmire talks with Professor Fuller about the strategies that academic institutions and employers must take to address the skills gap today.
Dr. Jason Altmire had the chance to speak with Dr. Hartle about his 50-year career in higher education and what is on the horizon for higher education policy.
In this episode, Dr. Jason Altmire talks with Congresswoman Virginia Foxx (R-NC) to discuss how Congress can improve postsecondary education so students and taxpayers will benefit from a better system.
In this episode, Hance talks with Dr. Jason Altmire about his decades of experience as a former chancellor of the Texas Tech University System and U.S. Congressman.
In this episode, Dr. Jason Altmire speaks with Kelly McManus, VP of Higher Education at Arnold Ventures, to hear how the organization is working to increase accountability standards for all schools.
In this episode, Dr. Jason Altmire speaks with two members of the Task Force Movement, Sarah Amico and Cassie Byard, about the trucking industry's future.
In this episode, Dr. Jason Altmire speaks with Gina and Rich about how BlueRecruit is partnering with CECU member schools and employers to efficiently fill blue-collar jobs with skilled workers.
Professor Todd Zywicki talks with Dr. Jason Altmire about student loan defaults, the strengths of for-profit colleges and weaknesses of other institutions, and the lack of competition in higher education.
Dr. Van Noy and Dr. Altmire discuss jobs that are often low pay but important to society, how policymakers should look at short-term Pell funding, and credentialing.
Dr. Jason Altmire talks to Congressman Keller about his new book describing his lessons learned about how to achieve your dreams. They also discuss the political opposition to for-profit schools and the erosion of civility in politics.
Dr. Jason Altmire talks with Philip Jordan, vice president and principal researcher of BW Research, about which sectors have a shortage of workers and what career schools, trade unions, and others can do to circumvent these shortages.
In this episode, Dr. Jason Altmire discusses key Senate races that will determine who controls the Senate with Matt Moon, deputy executive director of the National Republican Senatorial Committee.
In this episode, Dr. Jason Altmire talks with Larry Ladd about how for-profit institutions quickly respond to the market while non-profits are often slower.
In this episode, Dr. Jason Altmire talks with Chad Pergram, Congressional Correspondent for Fox News, about the possible shift in the U.S. House of Representatives and how the new session will likely unfold.
In this episode, Dr. Jason Altmire talks with Dr. Robert Zemsky of UPenn and Dr. Lori Carrell of the University of Minnesota Rochester about the market viability of undergraduate institutions and the strategies they must take to thrive.
In this episode, Dr. Jason Altmire sits down with Michael to discuss the different dynamics in education policy across the last three administrations and what he sees unfolding in today’s education policy issues.
In this episode, Dr. Jason Altmire comes live from the 2022 Career Education Convention to talk with Congressman Owens about why he’s so excited about the future of America.
Preston Cooper takes a unique approach to calculating the return-on-investment (ROI) for college degrees. In this episode, Dr. Jason Altmire talks with Preston about his research that looks at the lifetime financial value of 60,000 different programs
In this episode, Dr. Jason Altmire talks with Michael Itzkowitz about how his work now focuses on return-on-investment (ROI) and putting out information that helps ensure students get the best bang-for-their-buck.
Host Dr. Jason Altmire talks with Jen Dirmeyer, managing director and chief accreditation officer of WTEA, about why WTEA focuses on workforce outcomes and quality assurance, rather than how programs are delivered.
In this episode, we tackle an issue on many people’s minds, student loans. Should there be broad student loan forgiveness? To find out host Dr. Jason Altmire talks with Carlo Salerno an economist and vice president for research at CampusLogic.
In this episode, Dr. Jason Altmire and Dr. Sandy Baum discuss if there is common ground between critics and defenders of for-profit institutions to implement lasting regulations.
To discuss how Canadian career colleges continue to innovate in a very different landscape, host Jason Altmire talks with Michael Sangster, CEO of the National Association for Career Colleges (NACC) in Canada.
Host Jason Altmire talks with Andrew Gillen, Senior Policy Analyst from the Texas Public Policy Foundation, who put out a comprehensive study on gainful employment (GE).
Host Jason Altmire sits down with Nicholas Kent, Senior Vice President of Policy and Regulatory Affairs at CECU, to discuss the impact of negotiated rulemaking on the proprietary sector of higher education.
Host Jason Altmire sits down with Eric Kuennen, Executive Director of Work Readiness Solutions with Kaplan University Partners, to discuss this challenge that institutions face.
To discuss and analyze the trajectory of the midterms, host Jason Altmire sits down with David Wasserman, Senior Editor, U.S. House of Representatives for The Cook Political Report with Amy Walter.