Is accreditation an incentive for colleges to deliver better educational experiences, or is it an outdated process holding them back? Higher education leaders have a wide range of answers.
The Chronicle recently surveyed 415 administrators at two- and four-year colleges to understand their perspectives on the two-century-old quality control practice. Some people praise its ability to promote positive student outcomes; others see it as a waste of time and money.
Download the full research brief to learn more about the role of accreditation in the modern higher education landscape.