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Learning from Accreditation

This year I served as the accreditation chair for my school as we went through the WASC process for the first time. This basically meant that I was writing THE DOCUMENT that would be reviewed by the Visiting Committee and the Commissioners. 236 more words


KATE BACHELDER: How to Save American Colleges

Wall Street Journal — The Purdue president on freezing tuition, how to reduce student debt, and busting the accreditation cartel.

With acceptance letters in hand, millions of high-schools seniors ruminating over where to attend college—and their parents who are panicked that their kid might pick the place with the best climbing wall—should all take a breath: It doesn’t much matter where you go to college. 33 more words


World’s Top 10 Universities

Every student, whether online or traditional wishes to study and get education from a world class university as it plays a key role in determining the value of a degree in the job market. 509 more words

Online Education

Peer-Led Software Support Program Pilot: We want YOU!

The Digital Literacy Support team is looking for experienced students to form part of a pilot program in Autumn session 2015. We are looking for exceptional second, third or higher year students who are willing to work as a team to produce introductory level software support resources for their peers. 117 more words

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Other problems in the teen tour industry

True tragedies are typically what make the news when something goes wrong on a teen adventure tour, but reports of less than ideal conditions are more frequent. 95 more words

Bold Earth

Using an Accreditation Management System Integrates Workflow Processes

Accreditation is comprised of many elements including data collection, submissions, and reviews. Participants need to understand where they are in the process, what has been accomplished, and remaining items. 81 more words


Terms belong to the church, not the state

In 2007, the state supreme court ruled that the Texas Higher Education Coordinating Board could not forbid the unaccredited Tyndale Theological Seminary and Bible Institute from calling itself a “seminary” or using words such as degree, bachelor, master, and doctor.

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