Wednesday, April 5, 2017

International Agent Debate Awakens at Middle-States - Elizabeth Redden, Inside Higher Ed

Another front has opened in the contentious debate over the use of commissioned agents in international student recruitment. The Middle States Commission on Higher Education has proposed new language for its policies that would prohibit institutions it accredits from using incentive-based compensation in international student recruitment. The draft policy, if it were to become enacted, could have major business implications for colleges accredited in the mid-Atlantic region and reopens a debate over agent usage that some thought had largely been settled, at least as a matter of practice.

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