Report on the Condition of Higher Education in Ohio

The Ohio Board of Regents develops and issues an independent annual report on the Condition of Higher Education in the Ohio, all of which are available below.

Year Title Download
2016 Competency-based Education (Download PDF) 2016 Condition Report
2015 Student Success for Adult Learners (Download PDF) 2015 Conditions Report
2014 Pre-K to Jobs: Higher Education's Role in Developing Students for Careers (Download PDF) 2014-Conditions-Report_cover-web.jpg
2013

Status of Implementation of Strategic Recommendations For Advancing Ohio’s Innovation Economy (Download PDF)

  • The following draft documents produced by the Industry Agreements Committee: Essential & Negotiable Terms; Expediting the Negotiation Process; Anatomy of a Patent License and Template License Agreement; Template License Agreement; Technology Transfer and Commercialization Resources; Summary of Parties “Interviewed” are available at this link.
2013 Condition Report
2012 Advancing Ohio's Innovation Economy: The first-ever comprehensive report on improving statewide commercialization efforts among the university research and business community (Download PDF) 11.jpg
2011

Underrepresented Ohioans Need More Education To Meet the State's Workforce Needs: Ohio needs to deliver high quality education to more underrepresented students to meet workforce needs (Download PDF)

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2010

Meeting the State's Current and Future Needs through a "Student-Centered" University System of Ohio: Ohio needs to deliver high quality education to more college students within existing resources (Download PDF)

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2009

Meeting the State's Future Needs through a Competitive Higher Education Facility and Technology Infrastructure: Ohio's higher education system needs a competitive facility and technology infrastructure to educate Ohioans for the workforce needs of a thriving 21st century economy (Download PDF)

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2008

Report on the Condition of Higher Education in Ohio: Meeting the State's Future Needs: Ohio needs educated college graduates in the numbers and disciplines required to meet the workforce needs of a thriving 21st century economy (Download PDF)

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