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In the wake of federal criticism of its accreditation standards, the American Bar Association sanctions another for-profit law school.
The governor’s heavy involvement in public college and university boards gives Southern quality-assurance agency pause.
City College of San Francisco is struggling with money woes, dwindling enrollment and a long-running accreditation crisis, but many in the state say the college is changing for the better.
Investors fret that the Education Department's lengthy scrutiny of the U of Phoenix's proposed sale means the deal might be nixed. Politics and optics might be reasons for the delay.
A random review finds five of 10 institutions fell short on backing up claims about graduates' job placement success.
Responding to sharp criticism, regional accrediting agencies will focus extra attention on institutions with below-average performance.
Following a series of federal sanctions, ITT Tech on Tuesday shut down its 130 campuses, forcing a scramble for many of the for-profit's 43,000 students.
Two experts -- Barmak Nassirian and Paul LeBlanc -- discuss federal experiment to open up student aid to eight noncollege job training programs.
College of Charleston professor says he's been forced out of a job for refusing to list learning outcomes to please an accreditor. He's suing and says academic freedom is being violated.
Federal panel recommends termination for ACICS, an accreditor of several notorious for-profits, while also tightening the screws on the American Bar Association and other agencies.
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