Delayed Start for U.S. Panel on Accreditation

August 23, 2010

The Education Department has pushed back the first meeting of its reconstituted advisory committee on accreditation. The National Advisory Committee on Institutional Quality and Integrity, which Congress scuttled in 2008 amid concerns that its work had been overly politicized by the Bush administration, was scheduled to hold its first meeting in its new form, and with a new roster of members, in September. But in a notice in today's Federal Register, the department announced that the first meeting would instead be held in December.

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