Court ruling again blocks Southern association from punishing a college, even while rejecting most of the college's claims.
As U.S. rule making panel begin its work, members skirmish over legal authority and learning outcomes.
Almost from the beginning of its work, the Secretary of Education’s Commission on the Future of Higher Education made it clear that it considered the American system of higher education accreditation to be falling short of its mission to be the chief guardian of quality among the nation’s colleges.
Whether U.S. should require accreditors to monitor colleges' transfer policies divides nonprofit and for-profit agencies.
Accreditors and colleges oppose Education Department's effort to ramp up federal oversight of quality control process.
Accrediting groups give ground on reporting student learning outcomes -- but not enough to satisfy U.S. officials.
Here's why the work of a U.S. panel reviewing federal rules on accreditation matters.
Education Dept. offers compromise on measuring learning outcomes, but colleges say plan would still "federalize" accreditation.
Members of U.S. panel negotiating changes to accreditation rules divided over learning outcomes and transfer of credit.
U.S. negotiating panel formally rejects proposal for new policy for accreditors, but for-profit college officials perceive victory.
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