This literature review, developed by Every Learner Everywhere, assesses the effectiveness of digital learning in decreasing equity gaps as well as the impact digital learning has on specific student populations: those who identify as Black, Latino, and Indigenous; students from low-income backgrounds; and first-generation students.
What's Happening at WICHE
Eastern Oregon University Wins 2023 Colleagues’ Choice Innovation Award for Teaching Program
BOULDER, Colo. – Eastern Oregon University (EOU) has received the Colleagues’ Choice Innovation Award for its program that focuses on training culturally responsive teachers who work with students from diverse backgrounds. Students from diverse backgrounds make up a third...
2023 Spring Commission Meeting
WICHE's governing commission, comprised of 48 individuals representing 16 member states and territories, meets twice annually to discuss business of this interstate agency. This meeting is also a convening for WICHE committees including Policy and Research, Programs and Services,...
NCOER Webinar: Understanding Student Experiences of Renewable and Traditional Assignments
The Midwestern Higher Education Compact (MHEC) will host the National Consortium of Open Educational Resources (NCOER) webinar, "Understanding Student Experiences of Renewable and Traditional Assignments," on May 10 at Noon MT, to share the New England Board of Higher...
Balancing Leadership and Life While Supporting Your Team
During this webcast hosted by WCET and WICHE Behavioral Health, our expert speakers will discuss: Toolkits for planning for wellness. Identifying stressors in yourself and your team. Skills for developing resiliency and nurturing it in yourself and your team. ...
The Impact of Digital Learning on Minoritized and Poverty-Affected College Students
Education Leaders Discuss Challenges to Open Resources at 2nd OER Conference
This article from one of WICHE’s sister compacts, the Southern Regional Education Board (SREB), features Patrick Lane and Liliana Diaz (pictured) from the recent SREB OER and dual enrollment conference in Atlanta, Georgia.
Idaho’s Higher Ed Leaders Participate in Cybersecurity Exercise
BOISE, Idaho – Higher education leaders from across Idaho recently gathered to learn about the cybersecurity threat landscape in higher education and study simple steps school leaders can take to measurably reduce their cyber risk and protect students and faculty.
WICHE's Impact Throughout the West
Since 1953, WICHE has been strengthening higher education, workforce development, and behavioral health throughout the region. As an interstate compact, WICHE partners with states, territories, and postsecondary institutions to share knowledge, create resources, and develop innovative solutions that address some of our society’s most pressing needs. Select a WICHE state or territory on the map to explore individual highlights of our long-standing partnerships.