US Accreditation: Bridging the International and National Dialogue Gap
Keywords:Academic Quality, Assessment and Accreditation, North America, International, United States of America
AbstractThroughout this decade, international conversations about higher education have been punctuated with significant attention to accreditation and quality assurance. While the central and often dominant in these deliberations is accreditation as practiced in the United States, its operation and accomplishments. States. While the international conversation often focuses on the operation and accomplishments of American accreditation systems, there is a robust US national dialogue underway focused almost exclusively on the limitations of accreditation. Understanding these concerns can be beneficial to both developing countries and the United States.
How to Cite
Eaton, J. (2008). US Accreditation: Bridging the International and National Dialogue Gap. International Higher Education, (50). https://doi.org/10.6017/ihe.2008.50.8006
The United States: Global Issues
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