Accreditation's Legal Landscape

Like most issues in higher education, the accreditation paradigm in the United States is defined in large measure by the legal and political climate in which the academy finds itself. In the case of accreditation in particular, the legal substrate is of particular importance given the central role o...

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Volume: 33
Main Author: Graca, Thomas J
Format: Journal Article
Language: English
Zielgruppe: Higher Education
Adult Education
Place of publication: Taylor & Francis Group 09.07.2009
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published in: Community college journal of research and practice Vol. 33; no. 8; pp. 642 - 649
Data of publication: 7/9/2009
ISSN: 1066-8926
1521-0413
EISSN: 1521-0413
Discipline: Education
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