Great community colleges require great governing boards. But what makes a board great? And what does it mean to be an effective trustee?
Productive passion or distracting obsession? Governance is a perennial area of focus among state education policymakers, and it’s important to understand what drives them.
Transition and change are inevitable for boards of trustees. Preparation is critical to set the stage for both incoming and outgoing board members.
The latest in ACCT's futures series on community colleges focuses on how boards can strategically align their institutions for the future.
A critical part of the governing board’s role, policies must be reviewed and revised as needs change.