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Is accreditation governance or the market?

“When government lets the market fix policy problems, it often fails.”—says a recent article in Governing by Don Kettl.

 “Markets just don’t run themselves in delivering public goods, because most of the time they are being asked to do things they aren’t used to doing.

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Bringing research into the case method classroom

We often focus, rightly, on how the case method benefits students.

But what about faculty?

Too many feel that the incredible impact of their case writing and teaching on student engagement and performance is ignored, at best under-scored, when it comes to career progression.   138 more words

Management Education

The Joint is Coming

If you are a nurse and hear this term, then your heart might have suddenly skipped a beat or your hair may have stood on end hearing this term. 607 more words


Two Standards Required to Keep Better Business Bureau Accreditation

Established in 1983, Carson Energy, Inc., is a family-owned, oil-and-gas exploration company. In 2015, Carson Energy celebrated being named an A+-accredited business by the Better Business Bureau for the 19th consecutive year. 197 more words

Carson Energy

Avi's Corner

Hello all!

This week, I am leading a team of educators who will be evaluating the Friends School in Boulder for re-accreditation by the Association of Colorado Independent Schools (ACIS). 243 more words

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UL architecture program retains accreditation

The National Architectural Accrediting Board has reaccredited the architecture program at the University of Louisiana at Lafayette after holding a comprehensive review of the program last semester. 140 more words


Do professional accreditors look at outcomes?

The answer is a resounding yes, according to a new ASPA report. 100% of respondents include outcomes assessment as a basis for their accreditation requirements. 191 more words