Terry Hartle, who has led the lobbying efforts of upper training’s most seen affiliation for 3 many years, has introduced that he’ll retire on the finish of this 12 months.
As senior vice chairman for presidency relations and public affairs on the American Council on Training since 1993, and earlier than that as a key aide to former senator Edward M. Kennedy, Hartle has been a central participant in nearly each public coverage concern involving faculties and universities because the Reagan administration.
A message to the ACE employees from President Ted Mitchell mentioned, “We now have by no means wanted him greater than within the final couple of years. Through the pandemic, Terry and his workforce had been instrumental in spearheading the work the upper training associations did collectively to make sure that roughly $78 billion in desperately wanted COVID-relief funding was allotted by Congress to college students and our establishments.”
Though Hartle labored for only one affiliation, ACE, it strives to talk broadly for larger training. So Hartle’s function typically entailed attempting to signify the pursuits of sectors of schools that had been generally at odds. Hartle has additionally been a frequent explainer of upper training coverage and nationwide politics to individuals who work in larger training, via dozens of speeches a 12 months attempting to make sense of Washington.
Hartle has additionally been a supply to many journalists, together with these at Inside Greater Ed. He has appeared in additional than 300 articles in these pages since 2005.