2020 National Conference on Trusteeship
April 6 – 8, 2020 ❘ Member-Exclusive, Virtual Conference
The virtual National Conference on Trusteeship will have select sessions offered April 16-29. During this time, registrants will be able to live-stream keynote speakers, panel discussions, and other educational sessions, while also having the ability to submit questions to speakers while viewing.
Please note that registration is capped for live attendance, in order to ensure the best quality possible. All sessions will be recorded and available on-demand to all AGB members after the conference concludes.
To view recorded sessions from April 6-21, click here.
Wednesday, April 29
12:30 pm EDT – 1:30 pm EDT | Assuring Equitable Access to Quality: What Board Members Need to Know and Do
Lumina Foundation recently released a report developed by a Quality Credentials Task Force comprising 22 leaders in education, policy, and workforce development. The report, Unlocking the Nation’s Potential: A Model to Advance Quality and Equity in Education Beyond High School, presents a contemporary vision of quality credentials, quality providers of credentials, and a next-generation system of quality assurance better aligned to who today’s students are, how they pursue learning beyond high school, and what they need to succeed in a competitive global economy. This session will examine the proposed model including a set of indicators and data points that can be used as touchstones to measure progress toward more equitable access and scaling of quality programs. Participants will learn about the new model and explore the specific responsibilities of board members in creating a vision of quality for their institutions and holding leadership accountable to that vision.
Debra Humphreys, vice president for strategic engagement, Lumina Foundation
Leo Lambert, president emeritus, Elon University; member, AGB Board of Directors
Ronald Parker, trustee, Texas Christian University; member, AGB Board of Directors
Related AGB Resources:
AGB Statement on Board Responsibility for the Oversight of Educational Quality