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CREATE NEW HIGHER EDUCATION MODELS

Center for American Progress

GRANT #7230
AMOUNT $900,000
LOCATION Washington, DC
DATE RANGE 11/01/2010 through 06/30/2014

To create a public policy framework for U.S. higher education that draws upon emerging lessons from service-industry science and strengthens the voice of students as consumers.

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The Presidents' Forum

GRANT #7100
AMOUNT $300,000
LOCATION Albany, NY
DATE RANGE 10/01/2010 through 12/31/2014

To explore the potential for a voluntary, interstate agreement to broaden the availability of accredited online degree programs by reducing regulatory barriers while ensuring strong consumer safeguards.

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HCM Strategists, LLC

GRANT #7043
AMOUNT $2,829,500
LOCATION Washington, DC
DATE RANGE 08/01/2010 through 12/31/2013

To manage state contracts and coordinate technical support for Lumina's productivity initiative.

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The Tides Center

GRANT #6880
AMOUNT $2,250,000
LOCATION San Francisco, CA
DATE RANGE 06/01/2010 through 12/31/2013

To continue Lumina Foundation's multi-state, multi-year Productivity Grant initiative by managing state contracts and coordinating technical support.

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Western Governors University

GRANT #6327
AMOUNT $800,000
LOCATION Salt Lake City, UT
DATE RANGE 10/05/2009 through 09/30/2011

To draw and share lessons arising from a newer, technology-enabled approach that unbundles elements of higher education to offer individualized, self-paced instruction that focuses on helping students meet defined learning outcomes.

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Institute for the Study of Knowledge Management in Education

GRANT #6444
AMOUNT $600,000
LOCATION Half Moon Bay, CA
DATE RANGE 10/01/2009 through 04/01/2011

To extend the potential for the online Knowledge Collaborative as the intermediary to encourage and facilitate productivity in higher education.

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Carnegie Mellon University

GRANT #6477
AMOUNT $750,000
LOCATION Pittsburgh, PA
DATE RANGE 08/01/2009 through 08/31/2013

To establish a consortium of community colleges, in collaboration with state agencies and national groups, to enact a large-scale process that increases efficiency in the way instruction is developed, delivered and continuously improved.

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