It’s Time For A Quality Alternative To College Accreditation
Accreditors need some competition.
If you’ve ever heard of college accreditation, you probably know it’s a broken system. A group of obscure nonprofits, called accreditation agencies, powered largely by volunteer labor, determine whether colleges and universities have the right to collect some $120 billion a year in federal financial aid.
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