This section provides a detailedsummary o Massachusetts publichigher education’s standing, withnational comparisons and trendswhere available, in the key outcomeareas o the Vision Project.
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What does it mean to be “ready”or lie ater high school? PreK–12educators and higher ed aculty join orces to meet the state’s needor an actual denition.
Some campuses are scoringimpressive results in their eortsto help more students graduatein less time.
Massachusetts is leading a nationaleort to create a multi-state systemto assess student learning withoutuse o standardized tests.
Campuses are building talentpipelines in health care, IT and otherhigh-demand elds by utilizing a new game plan orworkorce development.
The Commonwealth is the rst statein the nation to track civic learningat its public colleges and universities.
From genetic breakthroughs torobotics testing, UMassresearch is improving lives anddriving economic development.
Innovative work is underway acrossthe state to end inequitableeducational outcomes amongstudents o dierent ethnicities,genders and economic backgrounds.