Saturday, April 22, 2017
Voluntary, nongovernmental regulation has long been a hallmark of the American approach to quality assurance in higher education. Unfortunately, while the concept remains valid, the U.S. accreditation system’s actual operations have become overly burdensome. It’s time for an overhaul. In recent years, several detrimental changes to this model have occurred. Read the full CHEA op-ed here.