The American system of higher education accreditation is broken, shrouded in secrecy and and mired in self-interest, the Center for College Affordability and Productivity says in a new report. The center's report acknowledges that eliminating the accrediting system is not likely, but suggests several ways in which the structure might be altered to make the process more transparent and competitive.
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