Sunday, November 20, 2016

State authorization: the forgotten element of higher ed quality assurance - Jarrett Carter, Education Dive

A new report from the Center on Higher Education Reform suggests that states should take a more prominent role in the oversight of colleges and universities, by way of business authorization statutes. According to the report, a majority of states do not review institutions for postgraduate success metrics, and do not require certain minimum standards for academic or industrial performance. The report recommends states mandate accurate reporting on student outcomes and metrics and penalize underperforming institutions.

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