Associations & Accreditations
Accreditation 101 – Accreditation Today
By Michael Santoro, Post-Secondary Educational Consultant
This article is a descriptive narrative that outlines the overall general accreditation process as it is today.
Will Accreditors Maintain the Gatekeeper Role?
By George L. Pry, Executive Vice President, Pittsburgh Technical Institute, written from an interview with CER
Career Education Review spoke with George Pry regarding his testimony before the National Advisory Committee on Institutional Quality and Integrity.
Anne Neal Discusses Education, Accreditation and NACIQI
By Anne Neal, Co-founder and President, American Council of Trustees and Alumni, written from an interview with CER
Career Education Review spoke with Anne Neal, president of the American Council of Trustees and Alumni and a committee member of NACIQI regarding accreditation and higher education.
Executive Director With Nearly 30 Years of Accreditation Experience Shares Her Thoughts
By Carol Moneymaker, Executive Director, Accrediting Bureau of Health Education Schools, written from an interview with CER
Ms. Moneymaker, the most senior of the executive directors for the major national accreditors, discusses ABHES and the importance of accreditation.
Commitment to Integrity Creates Consistent, Compliant Experience for Students
By Jeanne Herrmann, Chief Operating Officer, Globe University/Minnesota School of Business, written from an interview with CER
Herrmann discusses Globe Education Network’s strong commitment to integrity in all they do. As the current chair of ACICS, Herrmann also examines the future of accreditation.
Associations & Accreditations
Online Collection Spans More Than 100 Years of Career Education History
By Tony Bieda, Vice President of External Affairs and Quentin, ACICS
ACICS Historical Archives internet site was launched during an opening ceremony at the offices of ACICS, hosted by Dr. Albert C. Gray, President and CEO, ACICS, and Ms. Jeanne Herrmann, Chair, ACICS Board of Directors.
Make an Impact: Grassroots Relationships, Local Politics and Your Students
By TC Wolfe, Associate Vice Chancellor of Government Relations, Southeastern College
The best way to turn a member of Congress into an advocate – and champion – for your students is to invite them in. Wolfe outlines how to put together your grassroots efforts.
1) Gainful Employment II
2) An Update on the Department of Education’s State Authorization Rule
3) Managing Open Program Reviews
4) Document Retention: Best Practices for Postsecondary Institutions
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