Trustee Education Resources
Please join ACCT’s General Counsel Ira Shepard, ACCT’s Association Counsel Andrew Laine, and Robert Duston and Carolyn Pellegrini of Saul Ewing Arnstein & Lehr, as they lead an interactive webinar designed to discuss the latest legal issues re
What are a board's fiduciary duties with respect to college finances? For financial issues, what is a college's board supposed to know and do?
ACCT has speaking with community college leaders throughout the country since the beginning of the COVID-19 pandemic to assess needs. We have been working hard in Washington to convey those needs to lawmakers, and sharing information with you about progress and letting you know when to act. We have now joined forces with our longtime partners Education Strategy Group and the State Higher Education Executive Officers to bring you a new series of online forums designed to help community college leaders accelerate community colleges' recovery.
ACCT General Counsel Ira Shepard and his colleague Catherine Walters discuss what community college leaders need to know about the #MeToo movement.
ACCT General Counsel Ira Shepard and his colleague Catherine Walters discuss what community college leaders need to know about gender bias in the workplace.
As educational leaders, trustees must help prepare their institutions for transformative change.
Data-literate community college boards have the power to transform institutions.
- Gain insight into a board's role in college accreditation
- Using a board self-assesment to improve accountability
- How to strengthen board and college relationships.
At Lone Star College, a ‘living document’ of institutional finances helps the board set priorities and explore ‘what-if’ scenarios.
A short, printable guide to accreditation that includes brief explanations on types of accreditation, national influence of accreditation, and the role of government in accreditation.